This was posted yesterday, Alphabet Wednesday, but somehow became stuck as a "draft," so I'll try again.
“K” day almost passed me by, (thanks Marie of Montpellier, flagged as a favorite) for the shot which woke me up.
Of course K could be for Katonah, but at five in the afternoon, the Katonah Museum of Art seemed a more manageable topic. The museum was designed by Edward Larrabee Barnes, a well-known architect (1915 -2004), who, if memory serves me correctly, actually lived for a time in Katonah.
“Titan,” by Drew Klotz was installed while I was in
I can’t find a website for David Klotz, he appears to live near
Last night the wind howled through the trees, leaving us to start the day without power (or computers). While I was shooting this afternoon, the wind, which you can hear on the video, was cold and biting; but it was just what the sculpture needed in order to dance. The museum website says it will be on exhibit until June 2007. I hope they mean June, 2009. It would be lovely to see the sculpture during all four seasons.
I tried to add a video but it was apparently too big. I'll try again another time ... only because it's good for lowering blood pressure.