We went to the show at The Clark Art Institute today, but no cameras allowed in the exhibit. So I have none to show, thus the title. But photography is allowed in the main museum, albeit without flash, so I do have some to share.
I thought for starters I’d post these two walls which I think Linda might like. The four larger pictures are the Four Seasons painted by Alfred Stevens.
Since I am going wide on this post, I’ll also share this view we had while eating lunch at The Golden Eagle by the famous hairpin (180° at 15 mph) turn in Clarksburg, MA. Guess I should have got the whole turn but I never think beyond as much nature as I can cram into a picture. It’s called “hairpin” for good reason.
The Van Gogh exhibit was nice, but very crowded and people were not mindful of others viewing the artwork. Kind of tough though. We’re glad we went.