Inspiration for our Denver Art Museum work on Friday evening.
Last weekend we had a party for my husband’s 80th birthday at the Greenbriar Restaurant in Boulder. Family flew in from San Diego and the east coast.
We went to the mountains, with the family, we were surprised to see that Bear Lake still had snow and was slippery. Some people wearing sandals, with small children in strollers wanted to walk to the lake but the rangers wouldn’t allow them to venture further than the clear footpath unless they carried the babies.
Kate and I are working on our Friday project for the Denver Art Museum. We were asked to choose a painting, any painting in the museum to inspire us to create a piece of art to show the DAM visitors. The concept of being inspired by but not copy the work of another artist. Kate chose El Anatsui, on Friday evening May 31 2013 from 8-10 PM we will sit in front of his shimmering wall hanging and work our creation built on the principal of the creative process. We will be on the 4th floor of the Hamilton Building.