Saturday, December 12, 2009

Projecting the Guggenheim

Since it was a snowy day out, we decided to try a little indoor construction project.

Yes, we had two pieces left over. They left out two we needed and gave us two that didn't fit. But we persevered; sometimes you can get things to work even if you don't have all the pieces.

Here's the Guggenheim at night, perhaps during the opening for the retrospective of Vasily Kandinsky.

And here's the museum celebrating the holidays with a giant evergreen from Vermont. Amazing what they can do with plant hybridization these days...


Katie said...

Wow this is awesome! I had no idea Lego has an architecture series. What fun to put the Guggenheim together on a snowy day. Thanks for the great gift idea!

Anonymous said...

evergreens tower
over museums,
even a Guggenheim,
since they offer
no interpretative
but enter any
with an ever
& that museum
becomes forest
after forest
without a central
trail to follow

Ms M said...

Thanks, Katie. It would make a great gift for the right person. We enjoyed building it.

Anon, thank you for your poem -- and may you find both forests and trees upon your trail.