Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Monkey's, Museums and Mist

Just back from a wonderful long weekend in Seattle with the Boise Art Museum Docents. 27 of us saw art everywhere...

 ... the space needle shrowded in mist as seen from the Olympic Sculpture Park.

...the homeless even had artful trees to hang out under.

..street art of Bruce Lee in the International District.

...beautiful gardens and mosaic walls.

...in the swirl of the iron gate
 ...in front of whole foods we were greeted by the artist Aiko Takamori as he spoke about his sculptures.

...even the fruits and vegetables made beautiful pattern...

...as well as Nancy's sweater blending beautifully with the Aboriginal painting.

...Deborah Butterflied's horse sculpture greeted us as we arrived at Greg Kucera's Gallery tour.

...Seattle Art Museum tour...

Seattle Art Museum Installation
Seattle Mist

Gabriel Cornelius von Max, 1840-1915

Monkeys as Judges of Art  Frye Art Museum Tour

...special thanks to Terra, Drew and Bonnie for all their work in coordinating the trip to make it enjoyable and informational for all.




Pat and Jon said...

These are wonderful, Pam. Thank you! It was a great trip. I e
specially enjoyed the SAM and tour that afternoon to see the sculptures.

Pam McKnight said...

thanks Pat! I agree, it was all good and what a nice group of ladies...and a few men:)

Art by Peacher said...

The docent trip is always one of my highlights of the year. So much great art seen and a great group to travel with

Anonymous said...

Pam......your eye for photography is wonderful..great way to share the trip with others. thanks.....Ronna

Pam McKnight said...

thanks Bonnie and Ronna! It was great fun!

Dayna Collins said...

Seattle is such an amazing city. You've done a great job of capturing it's vibe in photographs.

Pam McKnight said...

thanks Dayna!