Category: art

The Japan Society

When I was a little girl my favorite book was ‘From The Mixed Up Files Of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler’. I can’t say why but I did love that these two runaway kids went to live in the Metropolitan Museum. Well, if you take a question from them […]

MoMA #ArtSpeaks

It has appeared on my calendar the last Tuesday of the month for a year I’ll bet. And today I finally made it.  MoMA #ArtSpeaks Today 12-3. Reflecting on the first presentation which lasted 7 minutes, I think this is where you will find me on those last […]

AUSTIN – Day 5

We started the day off on time today at the Umlauf Sculpture Garden.  Umlauf was a UT professor and prolific sculptor, he and his wife lived next door to a dump that eventually was turned into this fabulous garden.   Even if you dont love his sculpture it […]

AUSTIN Day 3- Road trip

This post is under Development We set the GPS to avoid highways and take us first to Pedernales Falls State Park.  We wanted to walk a bit and see the falls.  When we arrived…   The whole drive was pretty and we were able to visit a number […]

Austin – Night 1

So Brad was home sick with a cold but it was the last night of Creek Walk, he was asleep, what would it hurt to sneak out for a bit.  I took an uber across town to 9th and the Creek and the line wrapped around the block. […]

AUSTIN. DAY 1

I woke up early in our fabulous borrowed downtown Austin condo and set to work on a plan. Big thanks to my friend Kim who sent me some info on what’s going on in Austin today. With that in hand and a need for a grocery, a bakery, […]

The National Arts Club

Like the Grollier Club this private club opens regularly ( daily) for public exhibitions.  I have devised a plan for today, the day of  Ken Hiratsuka.   There are two carved sidewalks  I am hoping to see.  The first is graffiti, done without invitation outside the Prada store on […]