Tuesday, October 8, 2013

musical sculpture













(boots: payless, everything else is either vintage or thrifted) 


   I have a strange, undying, child-like love for the Nelson Atkins Museum of Art. I go at least monthly  and I have specific spots in the museum I must visit each time I attend. The sculpture park is my absolute favorite, and I can't help but photograph it every time I decide to explore the museum. My boyfriend and I (of which you don't see being photographed very often by me, he has to be In the "mood" as he explains) spent some of our Sunday afternoon wandering through the modern art section... although I prefer fine art, but I compromised with quickly browsing through it. 

   There is a rooftop park downtown on top of a grocery store I had no idea existed until now. I was rather excited to view the buildings from above in the little park, because I often forget about Kansas City's downtown area. I also tasted chocolates from Christoper Elbow, in flavors I had never tried before. The tiny chocolates were flavors like Rosemary Caramel, Aged Whiskey Maple, and Banana Foster... I could eat those chocolates forever. Next trip there, the drinking chocolate is top on my list. 

19 comments:

  1. such cool pictures! Especially the first one! Did you try any of the chocolates! They look yummy :)

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  2. Hi there! I really love your look and photos, and of course i'm in love with your blog. I'm your new follower =)

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  3. Love all of your pictures! Kansas City! Not too far away from me! :)

    xo,
    Jacqueline

    stylininstlouis.com

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  4. A beautiful collection of photos .... I felt as though I got a mini museum visit my self. Well done!

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  5. you may just be the cutest thing ever! I'm loving your hair

    xxx
    Lady à la Mode

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  6. My goodness everything in those photos are beautiful! I've been dying wanting to go to an art museum. Unfortunately I haven't attended one since high school. I just haven't had the time, but I think I'm going to attempt to go to one this winter!

    http://mariedarling.blogspot.com

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  7. I feel the same way, I too have a favourite museum I've been to so many times! This place looks incredibly neat, I love that tree.

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  8. I would love a little trip like that! Charming. And how fun that you can go so often!

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  11. Oh, I love that. Museums are on my top five list of things I love. I saw the House of Faberge exhibit when it came to the Detroit Institute of Art, and that was amazing--though I love the DIA in general. Lovely photos!

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  12. oh this place looks so beautiful, I need to visit - I'm a sucker for museums and galleries! <3

    http://britishmermaid.blogspot.co.uk/

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  13. I <3 the Nelson! My hubby and I used to go a lot when we were dating and lived closer (Manhattan). We FINALLY went back in July for the first time in, oh, 8 years. It's changed so much!

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  14. What a wonderful way to spend a Sunday! I love out door sculptures, especially when you can explore a park at the same time :-)

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  15. Great snapshots of a fun and lovely filled Sunday :] Love the strong architecture and outdoor exploration. Those beauties are just begging to be appreciated

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  16. Lovely photos! That looks like quite an amazing art museum.

    ~Vicki
    decked out in ruffles

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  17. I could honestly just look at your photos all day! They are perfect!

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  18. I love that museum! I visited there a few times while in college and loved it so much. We have a silver sculpted tree at our museum here in Raleigh too!
    -Jamie
    ChatterBlossom

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