Simple Pleasure Treasure December 29, 2011

Treasure of the day

Beautiful things are something to be treasured.

Today my daughter and I visited the Cincinnati Art Museum. There was a beautiful collection of turn-of-the century dresses and some jewelry. The dresses were fabulous! Silk, and bead-work galore made these dresses stunning, even 90 years later. While there we visited a display made by a young man who blew glass into teardrops, bottles, and something that looked like dancing triangles. It was lovely! We also got to see some lesser known works by Picaso that I found really interesting because they were realistic sketches for the most part. Bull fights and images of his muses throughout his life were predominant focuses. All in all, it felt good to meander around looking at beautiful things! Looking at artwork is like looking at a slice out of history. Images, sculptures, textiles, jewelry, pottery, in short, all art work, realize people, places, and things into a reality that takes us somewhere else in time, culture, or geography. The Cincinnati Museum of Art has something for everyone to enjoy! If ever you are in town, a visit to the museum might renew your curiosity, energize your creativity, and refresh your spirit.

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