Orlando Museum of Art

We went by the Orlando Museum of Art last Monday to see Clyde Butcher’s “Cathedrals of Florida Exhibit”. Here are a few photos from our visit.

Clyde Butcher's Cathedrals of Florida ExhibitClyde Butcher’s Cathedrals of Florida Exhibit, in the J. Hyde Crawford and Anthony Tortora Gallery

The large black and white prints were once again wonderful. He does a masterful job making the photo and then making the very large prints.

There are other things to see there too. For instance:

Sculpture and SkylightSculpture and Skylight. Dale Chichuly blown glass artwork

Spouted Fish VesselSpouted Fish Vessel, Nasca, 200 CE – 500 CE, South Coast, Peru, Ceramic

Soundsuit, 2011.Soundsuit, 2011, Nick Cave

And I didn’t make any photos of them, but Lynn and I both found Jimm Roberts’ portraits very interesting.

The Clyde Butcher exhibit continues through August 7. It’s well worth going, especially if you’ve never seen any of his prints in person.

Mother’s Day: I hope each and every one of you Moms out there have a wonderful day and enjoy spending time with your families. The world is so much better with all of you in it!

Blogaversary: Fifteen years ago on May 4, 2007, I published my first blog post. Since then it’s become a habit! Many thanks to all of you that stop by week after week to see what’s happening. I know I get a lot of enjoyment writing it and reading your comments. I hope all of you get at least some pleasure from it too.

Stay positive, be kind, take care of yourselves and each other. And if you can, visit a museum!

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10 thoughts on “Orlando Museum of Art

  1. Happy Blog Anniversary Ed! Thank you for your wonderful photos and posts! One of the joys of my Sunday morning is coming to the computer to read/see/enjoy what you have for us this week! Always interesting!

  2. I love Clyde Butcher’s photography! He is an amazing photographer and person, I think.
    Thank you for mentioning the museum. I will pass the word on to the POCC. I bet they would love to know about this. Thank you!

    1. Hi Dorothy.

      He is an amazing photographer. I’ve been to his exhibitions several times and always enjoy looking at his prints – They’re just lovely!


  3. I’ll add this to my list of places I want to visit. I’ve got a LONG list right here in our part of Florida. And happy blogging! I’m so glad I have your posts to look forward to every week! Enjoy your day!

    1. It’s well worth seeing his prints in person. If you miss this one, there’s usually another coming. Check his web site.

      Thanks for your kind words – I’m glad you like the posts!

  4. Congratulations on your longevity with the blog Ed! I always enjoy reading each one.

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