Saturday, May 14, 2011

Rodin et moi, among other things.

I think I managed to capture some of the grace of Rodin's Crouching Woman here in this reenactment, don't you? (I pulled a muscle in my neck doing it, which is testament to my great effort.) My parents were kind enough to document this beautiful moment on our last day together, during which we took a wonderful trip into DC.

Crouching women at the Smithsonian Hirshhorn Sculpture Garden

While in town, we saw some wonderful videos and installations at the Hirshhorn by Laurent Grasso.

From Polair by Laurent Grasso

We also saw Nostalgia for the Light (recommended by my pop), which is one of the most beautiful documentaries I've ever seen--I'd like to see it again: 



Now I'm back in my little house on the hill here in Oregon, hoping that the sunshine will follow me here from warm and bright Maryland.

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