Thursday, November 4, 2010

Tampa Museum of Art

The Tampa Museum of Art was our destination with Mag and Tim after a great lunch at the Crazy Buffet.  Having only been in this building less than a year, the museum was exhibiting The American Impressionists in the Garden.  There were 40 works and 4 whimsical sculptures; so it was easy to see without being rushed.  My favorites were the Childe Hassam paintings.

Also on view were metal sculptures of Dominique Labauvie: Musical Lines in My Hands.

Tim and Me

The next door Children's Museum has wonderful glass mosaic designs on the exterior of the building.


  1. Always pleased to see pictures from other peoples art galleries. Do you have to steal the pictures while the gallery staff aren't looking (like in Aberdeen) or do they let you snap away as much as you want.

  2. I wondered the same thing, but I took this because it was outside. It did seem like we were constantly being followed by guards while inside. There were no signs, but I did not even try to take a photo inside.

  3. You two are continuing your art findings no matter where you are! Nice post. How are you doing in Florida?

  4. We are home. It got cold, so I did not mind leaving.