Tag Archives: Grohmann Museum

Thoughts on the Staircase

Coming upstairs just now from my department meeting, I really liked the patterns of shadow and light on the staircase. Took a few quick pictures, natch 🙂 I think I like the photo in the middle best, mostly because in … Continue reading

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Casting a long shadow

The sculptures in this case are located in the “marble quarrying” section of the Grohmann Museum’s second floor. I’m not sure why this caught my eye today, because I walk past here all the time. Maybe it’s just a little … Continue reading

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Man at Work (front entrance on a rainy day)

Came across this photo of the Grohmann Museum’s entrance (taken from just inside the front door on a rainy day) as I was going through my phone to find good pictures for a slideshow I’m putting together of the new … Continue reading

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Grohmann Museum, atrium and elevator shaft

Not a lot to say about this picture except that I liked all the parallel lines running at different angles. I’m a real sucker for parallel lines 😄

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Fun with light and shadow

Just some random photos of light/shadow that caught my eye today. First this one, of a parking garage, that I saw on my way back from a mid-morning Starbucks run. Then this one (actually two slightly different photos in quick … Continue reading

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Rothko, Rothko Everywhere (glass-blowing video at the Grohmann Museum)

I was walking through the third floor of the Grohmann Museum today, when this section of a wall-mounted video display caught my eye. My phone camera could not do justice to the video’s vibrant colors, but doesn’t it still remind … Continue reading

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Protective Coloration

Like a zebra or tiger, this garbage can’s “disruptive coloration” stripes allow it to blend in with its environment . . . at least during the time of day that afternoon sun pours into the Grohmann Museum via its four-story … Continue reading

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