A wonderful new art piece I picked up from local artist, Michelle Marx-Lobenstein.View more →
Tag Archives: Art & Culture
My favorite of the kites I saw over Lake Mendota the other day.View more →
Kites on ice
Yesterday at the Frozen Assets Festival, on Lake Mendota.View more →
I usually take pictures of the flora and fauna when I visit the UW Arboretum. But this metal piece of art, in front of the Curtis Prairie, caught my eye.
Another one of the Winter is Alive exhibits. This one by Anna Van Vorhiss and Granty McFarland.View more →
Winter is Alive
“Sad Yeti” by Actual Size Artworks, one of the exhibits of Madison’s Winter is Alive carnival. The goal of the carnival is to “reawaken a positive vision of the future where we collaborate to reduce climate change and create inclusive community between people and nature.”View more →
Lady Liberty returns
40 years ago, a prank brought the Statue of Liberty to Madison. The joke was only the torch and the top of the head were visible, because the statue was too heavy for the ice and sank when it was placed on Lake Mendota. As part of a winter carnival, Lady Liberty appeared again this year.View more →
It takes two wheels
Of all the Bucky on Parade statues I’ve seen around town, “It Takes Two Wheels” by Brooke Wentland is my favorite. I love the imagery from the area’s recreational trails.
Thai Pavilion reflecting pond, Olbrich Botanical Gardens.
Thai Pavilion at Olbrich Botanical Gardens.