Toward the end of our Colorado trip we went back to Denver to explore the Denver Art Museum. (The first time was for the Rockies baseball game). On our way there we stopped by a scenic area to do the touristy thing. That's Pike's Peak in the background.
Squinty eye picture, but I still like it. Me and my aunties.
My abstract interpretation of a sculpture outside the Art Museum
Big Sweep - Coosje van Bruggen and Claes Oldenburg (huge fan)
I wish I had one of these in my home, but I'll settle for a picture.
Modern chair design from talented designers all over the world. Eye spy with my little eye something that is Eames!
Another painting I wish I owned. The Violin - Roy Lichtenstein - 1976
Detail of The Radcliffe Family - Thomas Hudson - circa 1742
Detail of an early Chinese piece
Quantum Cloud XXXIII - Antony Gormley - 2000
This was quite odd to see coming down the stairs on the Modern art floor. It's a very large display that wraps behind the stairs. Everything is red except for a the foxes.
Fox Games - Sandy Skoglund - 1989
My picture does not do this painting justice. It doesn't look like a painting at all. It looks like a photograph. I am curious to see other works by this artist.
Minotaur with Brushstrokes - Richard Patterson - 1998
Outdoor sculpture. This is one of my favorite shots from the entire vacation. I hope you enjoyed my small trip through the Denver Art Museum. If you go there, I recommend stopping by their restaurant Palettes for lunch or dinner. The food was yummy and the price wasn't bad either. I had a summer squash soup (best I've ever had) and a lightly curried chicken salad sandwich.
I linked up at:
life with my 3 boybarians for Sweet Shot Tuesday
life with kaishon for Communal Global