Sunday, April 11, 2010

Sundays In My City











Unknown Mami

28 comments:

Sonya said...

I LOVE the last one!! I hope you have a wonderful week:)

Blasé said...

I need to come to 'your' City, and apparently on Sundays...

TechnoBabe said...

Great photos. Thanks for sharing parts of your city.

Unknown Mami said...

Chihuly. Do you know that I work at a museum? Don't tell anyone. Anyway, we had a Chihuly exhibit.

Brian Miller said...

nice. great shots...that faux ceiling is incredible...

Rae said...

Wow. That is very impressive. Beautiful pieces of art. What a great way to spend the day.

MACsWIFERia said...

the last pic is pretty. but i love anything bright and colorful. thanks for sharing in simc. have a good week
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Respectfully Yours said...

Great pictures. Happy Sunday.

gayle said...

I love those pictures. The last one is my favorite!! I will have to find out where these are taken.

Oklahoma Granny said...

One of my nephews took photos of his little guy at/in the Paseo Art District that were just adorable. I need to come to your city and check out that artsy part of town and the art museum too! Looks like it would be a full day for me.

May said...

I love the second pic!!!! Nice work of art!!!!

Nancy C said...

I love that last shot as well. It reminds me of the Bellagio in Las Vegas, which is not at all your city.

Nanny Goats In Panties said...

Does this mean you're in Oklahoma City? When I worked for teh DOD here in Sacramento, one of our AFBs was (is?) in your city and we called it "Oak", or "Oke", (or however you abbreviate it) City. Do you guys call it that? Or is that like the dunces that say "Frisco"?

Thanks for the glimpse into your Sunday.

Ms. Anthropy said...

What is that odd looking squiggle tree thing? Looks like balloons or something. I made it bigger and still couldn't figure it out.

Monkey Man said...

Chihooli? I know I didn't spell it correctly, but his work is amazing. Thanks for the pix.

Kfred said...

As impressive as these shots are, I actually can't wait until next Sunday. I assume we will see some creation combining dirty laundry and passed kidney stones? Ah, art is a wonderful thing.

Okie Book Woman said...

Ah yes, the Chihuly exhibit. I love it! I'm so excited that OKC got it.

Marla said...

Sonya ~ Isn't that ceiling amazing? I think we are going to try something like it with one of our skylights.

Blase ~ Come on!

TechnoBabe ~ Thanks for stopping by.

Mami ~ Your secret is safe with me.

Brian ~ Isn't it?

Rae ~ It was awesome.

MACsWIFER ~ Thanks for stopping by!

Respectfully ~ Aren't you on vacation?

gayle ~ This was at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art.

Ok Granny ~ I was in the Paseo yesterday. Great place. Let me know when you head this way. I'll buy lunch!

May ~ It was amazing to see.

Nancy ~ Gotta love the Bellagio.

Nanny ~ Yep, Oklahoma City! Being from a small town we just call it "the city". lol

Ms. Anthropy ~ It's glass. Doesn't it remind you of Dr. Suess? :-)

MM ~ Truly amazing!

Kfred ~ Combining dirty laundry and kidney stones then passing it off as art. I like it!

Okie Book Woman ~ Don't you just love our state!

Two Shades of Pink said...

I love the last photo. Thanks for sharing!

King J's Queen said...

That ceiling is really amazing! Is it glass, or is it painted to look like 3-D stained glass?

I'm finally following your blog. I don't know how I missed it before. My apologies!

Lorenza said...

Nice photos Marla! Congrats for the 100 followers

LOL

Sarah said...

great artwork!

Auntie Cake said...

I really need to get there! So cool. Hope you enjoyed it enough for the both of us!
Kate

Just Be Real/God Whispers In The Wind said...

Marla, those are pretty awesome pictures. Yeah, that last one caught my eye. Love all the colors. Thanks for sharing.

Shelle said...

very nice photos...everything seems to have swirls...the ceiling is very pretty.

SamiJoe said...

ooh i love that ceiling!

Jen said...

ohhh nice, I would love seeing that!

Coby said...

Those are gorgeous! I would love to have that ceiling in my room!