I really donât need any excuse to visit the Oklahoma Museum of Art. I could live in the Dale Chihuly exhibit quit comfortably. They are also really good about bringing in some really cool touring exhibits like the Napoleon exhibit where I got to see Napoleon's hat and hankie with actual booger stains. The current touring exhibit are selections from the Washington Gallery of Modern Art. I was really excited about it. I love modern art particularly from the 60s. I know that some people look at art and try to find âthe meaningâ? in it. Iâm not one of those types. I look at the splattered canvases and think âWow. That must have been a lot of fun to makeâ?. I also look at it and think that I could possibly create something very similar. It makes you feel like even you can be a great artist.
After we browsed around the touring exhibit, Chris and I went up to say Hello to the Chihuly exhibit. The Chihuly exhibit is a permanent one and I donât care how many times I go the art museum, I have to wander through the Chihuly exhibit. It always looks new to me. I want to crawl inside it and hide in the glass bubbles. I want to sun my self on the beach with glass seal-like balloons. I donât think I could ever tire of this exhibit. This time around we noticed that one of the pieces has a flaw in the coloring that makes it look like itâs cracked. I got up close to inspect just to make sure it wasnât a crack. Chris got all nervous and said âDonât look at it!â?. He didnât say âdonât touch itâ?. He actually told me not to look at it. Like looking at it would make the thing really crack and bust all over the floor. Heâs cute.
I think we decided to get memberships for Christmas this year. This like the fourth time Iâve been to the museum this year, so I think its something weâd really use. Plus they have some new touring exhibits coming up that I want to see. Stamp seven was a cinch.