Take an Art Walk
Turns out there’s a Walking Tour tonight that features the work of one of my favorite Abstract Expressionists, Marjorie Schlossman. (If you missed my previous blog post about her, you can check it out here.)
The artist will be leading both the walk and a discussion of her work.
Ms. Schlossman partnered with local architects who created these small, moveable structures that house her paintings. Designed to provide a break from daily life and a space for reflection, these little buildings are tucked into – and inspired by – the urban environment. Ducking into one in the middle of the day feels extremely cool and a little bit strange.
This is the exterior of my favorite.
And here is the interior of the same space.
Isn’t this incredible? I wanted to lie down and just take it all in.
So I did.
I think the artist would approve.
Let me know which one is your favorite!
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