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The d’Orsay Museum in Paris, originally built between 1898 and 1900 was the Gare d’Orsay, a train station, built for rail travel between Paris and Orleans; built for the Universal Exhibition of 1900. For a full photo of the front … Continue reading
In the D’Orsay Museum, Paris. The art is beautiful, but look around, even in that setting of art filled walls, and see the minimalistic beauty that might be there.
Looking out through the clear glass wall of an art gallery, to see the reflection of the art behind me, and out to the office in front of me (the triangle on the mid-right of the frame), and the architecture … Continue reading
Walking in to the Honolulu Museum of Art is a bit unusual in that one walks into courtyards in a tropical climate, heavy with humidity the day I visited, and feel transported to other worlds. Bertram Goodhue, a New York … Continue reading
The art buddha seems to frequently coordinate my travel destinations with great art exhibits in the city I happen to be visiting. My latest trip to Oahu was no exception. The Honolulu Museum of Art is showcasing Art Deco Hawaii, … Continue reading
I’m off again. To Reno, Nevada, again. Reno is up in the Sierras and is called the Biggest Little City in the world. I’ll say. This little city is made up mostly of casinos and not too much more, but … Continue reading