Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Field Trip: Seattle Art Museum

Ten members of the Portland Art Collective headed to Seattle last Friday to the Seattle Art Museum to see the limited engagement Gauguin exhibit -- Gauguin and Polynesia: An Elusive Paradise. We rented a 12-passenger van and hit the road bright and early.

We had lunch at the museum's restaurant, TASTE, before entering the Gauguin exhibit.

Glimpses of the Seattle Art Museum.

No photos allowed inside the Gauguin exhibit, so this will have to do.

After leaving the Seattle Art Museum, we spent a glorious day roaming around downtown. The sun was out, the streets packed with people, the energy electric. Did someone say chocolate?

And then we began the long drive home. Showing clips from Saturday Night Live on an iPad was just one of our many activities!


Maggie said...

That was a GREAT trip Dayna. Thanks again to you and Tory for organizing us!

Stephanie Oliveira said...

Hi !
I`ve been seeing this "blog" and I like it a lot !
Art is my life too....<3
I hope to see more things about you guys...

(sory for my english, sometimes its a bit "ghgcvdfd")


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I could choose the right frame online and the print was delivered in good time to my home.