Saturday, June 7, we visited the new Textile Museum site
at George Washington University.
Always enjoying architectural details I took this picture
before going up the spiral staircase to see the exhibition space.
And, below, another view toward the spiral staircase.
The upstairs and downstairs exhibition spaces were mammoth in size
and grand in height.
The colors on the walls are rich and different at each level.
There are small exhibition spaces in the connecting older building.
The lowest level has many large rooms for preparing textiles for exhibit.
The entire building is wonderful and will be enjoyed by all
those who work there as well as all the visitors
I received good news today by email. The piece below,
WALLS AND DOORS, I've shown before, was sold.
The City f Decatur, Georgia bought it.
It is one of the 80, 8 by 8 inch pieces that look better
hung in a horizontal straight line.
However long narrow pieces do not photograph well
in small spaces, hence this cross format.
Detail of Walls and Doors was taken from a photograph of a shop in Tuscany.
Now a question. I am thinking of changing the background color
of my web site. What colors as well as text colors are annoying to look at and read?