It’s your very last chance to see D.C. artist Linn Meyers’ mesmerizing work at the Hirshhorn before it gets painted over. (If you can’t make it during the day, go this Thursday from 5 to 8:30 p.m. for the museum’s August Happy Hour, which will offer tours of the exhibit.) This photo from a year ago documents Meyers installing the work, and it caught my eye because I’m not sure where the work started. Did it start low and go up or did it come from the bottom left corner? Either way, Victoria Pickering’s composition is on point here.
Loving the contrast and hat here but break time is over. This photo by Eric Merideth reminds us that it’s time to get back to work on this gloomy Monday.
Today’s In Frame by Kevin Wolf proves our theory that this week is moving by rather quickly. Have an above average Wednesday.
This photo by Tim Brown reminds me that you can decide to either just hang in there or swing through the Monday blues at the pace of your grace.
What in the world is this goat doing at a yoga, you ask? Probably recognizing that it is hump day and peeking at Friday like “I see you.” Nice catch, Miki J.