Let me just say that I had an excellent trip to DC, thanks in large part to my high school friend Scott (who lives there now), his girlfriend Wendy, and blog friends Thomas from My White Shirt, Jenn from Dear Heart, and Suann from Simple Song.
I did not do tons of tourist-y stuff, but that was by design. Mostly it was about the sweet treats and shopping. Oh, and a Joel Osteen spotting at Barney's. Here are the results of my main tourist thing, which was a trip through the excellent Hirshhorn Museum.
You know I loves me some stamps. This sculpture by Tony Cragg is called Subcommittee. Clever, no?
My jury is still out on whether some of this is actually art, but it's subjective. I get that. This is a row of blue fluorescent lights. Untitled (to Helga and Carlo, with respect and affection) by Dan Flavin.
The Tragic Comedians by Walt Kuhn.
Composition with Blue and Yellow. Piet Mondrian was not one to mince words.
Neither was Alberto Giacometti. Tall Figure. Go figure.
I'll do another DC post in the next few days, so stay tuned. Since that trip each weekend has been filled with family events, and the weekdays seem to be flying by. I've been hitting up the treadmill and clearing out the DVR, so the plan is to get back into blogging more consistently very soon.
Thanks for checking in!