gonna need a big nail
Gonna need a couple of big nails. What fun, though! The Mpls Inst. of Arts is a great place!The picture to be hung looks a big fuzzy, though. The painter must have had the wrong setting? ;-))
Yes, it's interesting to watch behind the scenes. PS: I am glad you liked Piella's blog.
A lot of work goes into that process and knowing how often they move things around, it goes on all the time.To answer your question about the mission, I think the one side had been recently cleaned and painted and the other side was waiting for treatment. I'm glad I caught it in between instead of with scaffolding all around it.
Interesting shot! Each man, including the portrait, seems to be in his own world. I really like the composition.
Bet that's a stressful job. I love Kandinsky.
Fantastic, Kate. This one looks like a Chuck Close. Do you know anything about him? If not, google him. You will discover some amazing things. He has a condition that prevents him from recognizing faces, even though he specializes in painting faces, and he is severely paralyzed.
I love this shot Kate and the artwork!
It has been a while, I need to visit the MIA.
I like watching this sort of happening too.
Great capture and a magnificent piece of reportage!
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