Hi everyone! I’m back. For the last few months, a family emergency has needed all my time and energy, but things have calmed down somewhat now. I’m happy to be back and talking about art around Austin. Today I want to tell you about a glorious January day I spent in the Hill Country on
Category: art travel
Recently I wrote out my bucket list of the top five museums across the United States that I most want to visit. Closer to home, I’ve been to most of the major museums in Texas’ large cities. But an investigation into just how many art and part-art museums there are in the Lone Star State
So far, I’ve posted here a few reviews of museums I’ve visited in the U.S. and abroad, and have a huge backlog of others that I want to write about. In the midst of that project, I thought I’d take a break and share the list of my top five museums that I’ve yet to see.
My first trip to France was in 2016, and amongst numerous delights was the opportunity to visit the most famous of Paris’ museums. I’d fallen in love with Impressionism as a, well, as an impressionable teenager. And though in the years since I’ve moved on to swim in deeper artistic waters, so to speak, I’ve
This is the first of an occasional series of posts I will write on museums I have visited in recent years. These posts are not intended to be full-blown travel journalism, with all the details on what you’ll need to plan a visit. Rather, since all that info is readily available online, I will offer
Last Sunday I was down in San Antonio, having spent the weekend with a friend. Before I headed back up the dreaded I-35 for home, I decided to take some time to drop by the McNay Art Museum to check out their show Miró: The Experience of Seeing. Miró has never really been a favorite