Sunday, August 3, 2014

Cleveland - Day 4, my morning walk

Saturday morning in Cleveland was beautiful. The kind of beautiful that just begged one to get out and go for a stroll. So I did.

Intending to walk around the pond at the Cleveland Museum of Art,

I set off in that direction

until this sight caught my eye and demanded to be photographed. 

Along the way, a bit of rust called my name. 

The curves,



and sheer beauty of the Peter B Lewis Building at the Weatherhead School of Management of Case Western Reserve Univeristy held me spellbound.

I took a plethora of photos (yep...that many) and could have spent all day

watching the sun's progress reflected on the tiles. 

Finally tearing myself away, other treasures were discovered.

The last time I was in Cleveland was in 2012 for my first India Flint workshop.  The Glass Box of the Cleveland Museum of Art was filled with Martin Creed's Work No. 965: Half the air in any given space. Purple latex balloons filled the room, holding half the air in the space. Being somewhat claustrophobic, I was a bit concerned about entering the room, but overcame my fear and oh! what an experience it was. To see photos of my stroll through it, click on the exhibition title above. To see my video, click here.

Even the sidewalk by the museum is playful.

At the Cleveland Botanical Gardens


It was soon time to head back and get ready for another amazing day in class.


  1. These are going to be such lovely memories, I have had classes with both Velma and India, but here in Oz.

    1. Aren't Velma's and India's classes amazing experiences? The sharing of so much information and skills is wonderful.


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