Too cold and snowy for a trip to the Smithsonian or National Gallery of Art this week, so I am sharing some of the art here in our own little gallery. Our collection comes in various shapes and sizes, some is new and some has been here a while. Marianne has an eye for things that will fit in well with our home.
First, on the table in our living room art in a variety of shapes.
The statues of a man and a woman have returned to our mantle as the Christmas and winter decor has been put away.
We have collected some southwestern pottery on our trips to Colorado.
Here is a bowler from our days on a bowling team, and his shadow.
And now about my header. I recently rediscovered this poem by Frederick Windsor that I had written on a note pad some time ago.
Flappity, floppity, flip
The mouse on the Mobius strip
The strip revolved
The mouse dissolved
In a chronodimensional skip
(from The Space Child's Mother Goose)
It seem to fit the theme this week so I made a mobius strip and found a mouse (a gift form Marianne). I also found this link to the Mobius Arch Moonrise.