Friday, December 28, 2012

basic shapes

   exploration of art museums is a must for every change in the season. winter trips to the kansas city nelson atkins museum are not as great as the spring/summer ones, but i still love exploring the giant building compiled full of different kinds of pieces. i ventured here today, to see the photography exhibit of terry evans, which i adored the prairies of kansas and landscapes she photographed  (there was no photography of the pieces in this traveling exhibit.) this photographer is a kansas city, missouri native and is mainly thought of for capturing the people and fields of the midwest. 
   my favorite era of art has always been the pop art of the 1950-1960's. i have always loved the pieces done by andy warhol, richard hamilton, and roy lichtenstein. so that being stated, of course, my favorite section of this museum is the "modern art" building. readers, where do you head to when you walk into an art museum? 


  1. Oh, I haven't been to The Nelson in several years (since they added the new addition!). My husband took me there several times when we were first dating 8-9 years ago. I think it's time for a visit in the spring. Lovely photos!

  2. I would LOVE to visit this place, I think my son might enjoy it! Love those giant badminton pieces in the background Haha


  3. Great pictures and outfit!! ^^

  4. Beautiful! I love art museums! And pop- art is always fun and nice to look at! :)

  5. What a great dress! I love that picture of you looking off into the distance :) Hope you had a lovely holiday!

  6. This scarf looks so soft and cozy! I also lik the print on your dress! Cute look! :)

  7. The mustard cardigan is such a perfect pop of colour! <3 and by the way, I LOVE your blog! I am seriously loving the hand drawn header - what a beauty!

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