Symphony in White No.1
Salvador Dali's Last Supper. YES, Salvador Dali!! This piece is unforgettable.
Rotunda with Mercury
A visiting Exhibit
Night Welders. These are ALL prints.
The sign called this The Railroad but the real title is Gare Saint-Lazare. This is part of the permanent collection in the French Impressionist section. I bought a print of this when I was in high school and I've brought it with me everywhere I've lived. It is hanging in my house now and is probably my favorite painting. When I stood in front of it I started to tear up. I LOVE this Manet.
Calder. This piece is HUGE and hangs third floor level in the East Building
Pedestrian tunnel with Light Installation (the lights moved)
This is above the underground connector
Last day spent at the Smithsonian Castle Gardens. Fabulous
Freer and Sackler Galleries. The Sackler are 3 stories down in the ground. I saw a special exhibit called Turquoise Mountain. It was the name of an organization that has brought medical, educational, restoration (houses), and career/skills to Afghanistan. What a fabulous exhibit. The had silk/wool rugs, pottery, jewelry making and so much more.
The Sackler is three of these ground level entrances and all three galleries are connected by tunnels. The other two were Asian and African American art.
Amazing Silk Screen above and Dyes below. I had to get Dyes in there somewhere.