Hope all is well. Here in IL, we have a blustery day. Temps in the 40's, but, feels colder.
Last week, DH and I took a day trip to downtown Chicago via the train, approximately one hour each way. Too frenetic to drive and park down there. The day was spent at the Art Institute. For a certain period of time during the months of January and February, admission is free during the week. Good savings as admission is 22.00 each.
Many exhibits, of course and, despite the early arrival, time was limited as the Institute is huge. Also, any exhibits in the lower level dictated going up and down staircases or elevators back and forth between floors as each section of the lower level is not connected to one another. Seems strange. Hopefully, one of these days, they will find a way (and revenue?) to make the entire lower level a more practical and accessible experience.
Here is just a glimpse of some of the Asian exhibits, Early Americas exhibits:
I attempted to photograph the signs to explain the exhibit. Pardon the shoes.
The next pic is of one of the walls in the Institute. Love the shell impressions!
My very favorite exhibit was the Doll House collection There were more to be seen, but, I took pics of the ones that caught my eye the most. The lighting was a bit scarce in there.
In Wednesday's blog, there was mention of a possible update on the story cloth. Although a few more background patches were prepared, the actual patches are still in progress. Hopefully, this coming Wednesday.
Oh, by the way, I did attend Kathy Tracy's trunk show yesterday at the Quilt Merchant in Winfield, IL. Will post about the event on Wednesday.
Til we meet again, blessings.