Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Take a closer look...

at color, texture, and emotional impact.

Last weekend, Dave and I took a short trip over to D.C. to the National Museum of Women in the Arts.  I really enjoyed the creative work of women that I studied about and admired throughout art school and beyond.  It's like seeing old freinds. 
In case you're wondering, the last pic is of the cover over a vent in the museum which used to be a Masonic Lodge.

 The next time you're out and about or in the museum, try a macro look at texture, color, and the emotions that may overcome you. 
Same for knitting and beautiful museum gift shops.
  Don't you love how that works?

Enjoy wonderful Wed.,
Visit Creating The Hive for a macro look at more art, crafts and inspiration.  Join in the fun for free!

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