C and I have a family membership to the Clark, and we try to get to an exhibit whenever possible. This is problematic, as she is burdened with the daily care of our parents and I am burdened with the full time job, plus my furry family and homestead upkeep. However, this was a special occasion, as the museum, which was usually closed on this day, opened to members only.
We enjoyed one of the new exhibits - The Art of Iron - and we are saving the second (Women Artists in Paris - 1850-1900) for our next meet-up. We perused the gift shop and enjoyed a glass of complimentary lemonade while lounging around their reflecting pool, the expansive views calming our minds and temporarily muscling out other worries. It was absolutely wonderful.
|Left to right - dog collars and bear muzzle. I think|
the first collar would look fetching on Peanut Butter.
|Beautiful iron bull|
|An ornate lectern and fancy|
|How's this for a coffee mill?|
|Lovely ironwork tree against the |