Daisie Bunnykins and Cheerful Mail

Received a cheerful yellow envelope from my sister from New York City. She’d  mailed me the Picket Fence Daisies pop-up card designed by artist and paper engineer Jann Johnson. It’s  from MOMA (Museum of Modern Art).

This week while at home, I’ve been photographing some figurines from the bookshelf in the living room. When I saw the daisy card, I got this little bunny and looked at the bottom where it was printed Daisie Bunnykins.  Put the card and bunny in the windowsill and here is the happy photo.

Missing Degas by a Day

Dance Dance Dance
The Dancers. All those ballerinas. I had a framed print on my childhood wall.
I’m visiting my sister but Wednesday we’re headed to family in Ohio.
On Monday at MOMA, I read signs of the Edgar Degas exhibit which previews the day we leave the city-glimpses of what I’d miss were represented in the gift shop.

Degas dancers on bookmarks,stationery, prints to be framed, journals, magnets, a children’s book. Not a mug in sight! 

  The entrance to the exhibit, cordoned off until tomorrow for members.


  

Grid Gallery

Grid gallery.  From the archives.  Once you start looking, it’s surprising to see how many grids present themselves. Seems I lean to shooting through chain link fencing.

ball field Arlington

City through a chain link fence.  Arlington Ball Field.


Felix de la Concha

Felix de la Concha Cathedral of Learning Paintings University of Pittsburgh Alumni Hall

 

MOMA grid

Man on cell phone with statue at MOMA  NYC

 

warhol museum

Andy Warhol Museum from the AGH Parking Lot

murray ave grid

looking to Murray Avenue from the Suzanne, Linda and Pat’s Art Show

mary apartment grid

From my sister’s apartment window. You can see Freedom Tower under construction.

 

steelers door

Steelers Garage in Arlington neighborhood.

madonna and chainlinkUrban Madonna Bloomfield neighborhood

The Wilds windows

 

Grandchildren at  The Wilds in Ohio
murphyDear Murphy in the snow