Blogging regularly is hard and I suck at it. I always feel like I should provide some reason as to why I haven't written, especially since classes are over and I technically have more time to do things I want to do. Hmmm. Maybe that's the key. Maybe I don't want to blog regularly. I'll have to think about that.
We're well into "pretty blue square" season here at Saturday Sky. I'll try to catch clouds occasionally, but maybe I should wait for the occasional sunset.
Yesterday, while waiting for part of my experiment, and inspired by Becky's recent trip, I bopped over to Marquette's Haggerty Museum of Art and looked around.
There is some nice outdoor sculpture:
I couldn't use a flash indoors, so most of my pictures are blurry. These are the best. There's a portrait hall:
We have a Salvador Dali! Awesome!
This one is titled "Unicorn Cadaver" (I lurve it!!!):
These are actual US one dollar bills that have been elaborately embroidered:
The special exhibit right now showcases Japanese prints:
The collection was larger than I had thought it would be. I was only there for about an hour and I will definitely be back and often. Admission is always free, not just for Marquette students, but for everyone. Gotta love that.