We usually walk with a purpose, and, no, it’s not just for exercise. We discovered some time ago that there’s a lot to see along the way for those who look and observe.
Our walks along the Huron River offered us many artful sightings, but we judged this one our favorite:
A few days ago we set off with our friend, Nancy, on a long walk to see “real” art in Ann Arbor at the University of Michigan Museum of Art.
The answers waited for us just a few computer clicks and scrolls away on terminals in the center of the room. The artist, title, and date popped up in a minute, but no other information. It’s a great idea, but we think it needs a little more work to be truly useful.
The art collection was far-ranging for such a small museum, but, at times, the transition was a bit jarring as we moved from one collection to the next. Still, it was a grand day viewing art in and out of the museum.