So, admittedly I did not know it was her birthday until after our arrival to the museum, but I loved how it turned out apropos.
Can you find my sweet addition to Miller's famous painting? I think he'd agree that it's better.
Did you know most museums have a night admission fee free? We took advantage with our large brood and they did fairly well, although assistance with hand holding from visiting relatives helped. What's your favorite museum?
Definitely the MOMA in NYCReplyDelete
the children's museum here in atlanta is great for kids. (and adults, hehe)ReplyDelete
Definitely the Cooper-Hewitt in NYC. Definitely! Shall we meet there?ReplyDelete
I grew a unibrow to celebrate Frida. I love the British Museum in London and the little gem, the Benaki museum, in Athens.ReplyDelete
I knew when I opened Google :)ReplyDelete
Looks like fun was had by the dill family! I did not know about free admission at nights. I will have to look into that.
I want to hold hands at a free museum! What a fun 3D painting, and yes, Clover is the perfect touch.ReplyDelete
I still don't think I've been to enough museums to know my favorite, but I did really enjoy a GIANT show of Frida at the Tate Modern in London.
Frida was my favorite artist in high school. Thanks to Google I learned yesterday was her birthday. Fave (DC) museum? The Hirschhorn...but I also love the National Gallery because they have the largest Rothko collection in the world. Oh, I also love the American Art museum too.ReplyDelete
most art museums here in london are free, its great for my art gcse, you just hop on the train and take your sketchbook and camera!ReplyDelete
Which museum did you go to? Don't think I can pick just one. What is YOUR favorite?ReplyDelete
This was the Cummer Museum. Of course my favorite has to be the Louvre :).ReplyDelete
The Lake Erie Maritime in Vermilion, OH (my hometown!)! It's filled with beautiful ships, pictures of ship wrecks from Lake Erie and the view from the upper deck is amazing!ReplyDelete