Ah, I can’t believe my luck. We are visiting in Boston and there just happens to be an exhibition on Olafur Eliasson at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. So many new pieces that I haven’t seen. The Eliasson exhibit, “Three to Now”, was part of a larger exhibition, “The Divine Comedy,” which spanned […]
We are in Boston and visiting the gallery opening of Andrew Neumann at the MEME Gallery. His solo exhibition, titled “I’ve No Use for Flowers”, was a wonderfully crisp take on the tread that he has been producing over the years, with the fans, motors and LCD screens. The blurry lines and patterns of the […]
Another from the “Swiss Cathedral” series. This is the main Roman Catholic church in Luzern, The Church of St. Leodegar, built in 1633. It is an extremely prominent anchor to the city and these images do not do justice as to how impressive this church and the grounds surrounding it really are.
A new series…the “Swiss Cathedral” series. This one is in Meggen and I have seen it many times as I ride by. It is a simple white box; stone and steel. I knew that the stone had to be translucent and looked forward to seeing it from the inside.
A shot of the Racketlon tournament before it cranked up. This was my second time competing and it was awful. My fault. I did not realize it then, I guess I was trying to ignore my symptoms, but I found out three days later that I had strep throat. I felt awful throughout my matches […]
Day 1000! In honor of our thousandth day living in Switzerland I am showcasing a photo of two of the great things about this land. One, is transportation. Oh how wonderful it is to always have punctual and clean trains. Two, I have yet to see a filthy street lamp or any exterior lighting for […]