Parking close was not available, but we finally found a space in the back forty. As we walked to the museum I took a picture of, I’m guessing, wild flowers along the path.
In the museum we were allowed to take pictures without the flash. There were a lot of beautiful oil paintings and other medium.
I took a picture of this painting, because it brought back fond memories of my childhood. I got a little choked up, to be honest with you. Most of my family is from the southeast and still there; Florida, Georgia, and Alabama. Going to the ocean was something we did. I miss the mountainous areas of the southern Appalachians and I miss the ocean. If I could have a favorite place to have a home, it would be in a mountainous area near enough to the ocean I could go there on the weekends.
Then I saw this sculpture. I believe it was bronze.
Next thing that caught my eye was this sculpture. It is made with aluminum, silicone, fabric and paint.
Okay, then the crochet/sewing side of me saw this. It is made of wire mesh, crochet and buttons attached with those plastic ties you see the tags attached to clothing with.
The irises we have in our flower bed are loaded down with buds, but no blooms yet. I think some of them will be dark purple and other a very light purple. This will be the first year, we have a lot of iris blooms.
I’m thankful the Lord blessed us with this day. It was a beautiful day.