Thai Pavilion reflecting pond, Olbrich Botanical Gardens.
Thai Pavilion at Olbrich Botanical Gardens.
This year, Timothy Browning’s annual Lake Monona art installation included the bones of a hodag-asaurus. Though when I went to see it, the hodag’s upper skull was missing.
Continue reading Art on a frozen lake
Earlier this week I was in Minneapolis for a library conference, and I also had a chance to visit with my sister, Barbra Bloy, who gave me a tour of her latest studio space.
Continue reading Barbra at her studio
Here’s a sobering sight to come across while biking.
A bicycle painted white, left as a memorial to the victim of a fatal biking accident.
Continue reading Ghost bike
The turtles in Madison seem to be growing harder shells these days…
…and are moving a LOT slower.
Continue reading Earth Turtle
Last weekend, Dad and I drove to Minneapolis to see my sister, Barbra Bloy.
We wanted to visit while Art-a-Whirl (the largest open studio and gallery tour in the U.S.) was going on. It was great to see what that was about, and check out her studio.
Continue reading Inside Barbra’s studio
When I walked into my bedroom this late this afternoon, I was struck by the shadows created by the window blinds and the dreamcatcher hanging over my bed.
Continue reading Dreamcatcher
A beautiful day yesterday took me out to ride on Madison’s Capital City Bike Trail. Along the trail, on Patterson Street, is a three-story-tall sculpture by Doctor Evermore called “Dreamkeepers.”
Continue reading Dreamkeepers