Category: public art

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 4

Today we are hoping for a hike, or two, depending on so many things: our feet. the weather, time.  And a bit of sight seeing. Starting out early we head first to the Cathedral of Junk, then on to a walk at Barton Creek, then if all is […]

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. […]

Fireman Mural

A walk always has something… and today it was great.  Having always wondered how all that graffiti, those huge wall size murals get painted I was enthralled when I looked up on my way to the Kips Bay Library today to see two guys, in two lifts spray […]

A Walk with Bradley

Today was Brad’s first day out with me on one of my walking excursions. We had an ambitious plan. Start at Union Station and walk Broadway to 44th street ( Times Square) then head over to Park Ave for 10 more blocks then back over to Broadway and […]

A trip to Queens for Pianos

  we are going after pianos in a big way today   this is the plan for the day Quaint just seemed like a perfect place to stop for lunch. Its really a Piano hunt but since we are out in Queens we figured let’s check out the […]

MoMA PS1

Yeah? No. Really. Why. I was so not at all interested in a single thing.. this was art designed to be shown for no reason other than to make those of us looking feel inadequate because we dont find it interesting. But on the way home we saw […]