Kaufmann’s Department Store is long gone but the Kaufmann’s Clock installed in 1913 (click bold name for history) is an Historic Landmark in Downtown Pittsburgh.
Three Rivers Arts Festival is ten days long and is now located in the Cultural District. I went with my neighbor Sunday afternoon, on the last day. We walked around a couple of hours and headed for home when it looked like rain. I bought a cool dish towel with a screen print of a special Pittsburgh Landmark- a gift so not showing it yet.
Right next door to the Rabbit Art installation. The lights and colors caught my eye.
A reblog from June 12, 2014
Here is the delight of the day- (Stef!)
A monumental sculpture by J Seward Johnson has been at PPG Place for “about four days”, the guard said.
But don’t worry. The giant dancers will be in place until October.
Dancing at Bougival (painted in 1883 by Pierre A. Renoir ) is in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Note: August 2020. This post inspired after seeing Pittsburgh Artist Jack Puglisi ‘s Pointillist work “The Dance” from his MASTERWORKS series – remembered I had photographed this sculpture in 2014.
Pittsburgh in the distance as we make our descent.
welcome signop Duquesne Incline aPPGDowntown alley view from the bus
Cathedral of Learning University of PittsburghCentral Catholic rooftop silhouette as I wait for Steve to come pick me up at the bus stop
not my house but isn’t the light lovely on the brick?
Home sweet home. Grateful for safe travels.
Apple parked downtown. Found on Penn Avenue at 13th Street, around the corner from the Heinz History Center.