A Couple of Days in Atlanta, GA

(2010) Freezing rain with a chance for snow.  We were in town for business.  And - damn the elements - some Art.  We were pretty much confined, however, to the Peachtree corridor from I-75 to the High Museum.  While most of the buildings are new, old Atlanta reveals itself with jewels like the Fox Theatre and the Georgian Terrance Hotel.  The weather which couldn't keep us in, did prevent us from taking a lot of photos.  But here are some:

At The High Museum of Art:

Alexander Calder

  After Leonardo da Vinci by Andrea Bernardoni

Makutu by Barbara Hepworth

 Untitled by Deborah Butterfield

Twisted Navel by Mark di Suvero

 House III by Roy Lichtenstein

Balzac's Petanque by Claes Oldenburg & Coosje van Bruggen

World Events by Tony Cragg

Click here for more at the High.

At Georgia Tech College of Management:

Dale Chihuly
Click here for a few more pics.

At a Folk Art Park over I-75:

Part of Homage to St. Eom's Pasaquan by Eddie Owens Martin aka St. Eom

Star Wheel with Guitar Girls by James Harold Jennings

Rolling Hills of Georgia by Rubin Miller

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