|It was a packed house|
The next day we visited my studio at PAFA:
|We looked at my new piece (on the right) hanging in a small group show|
and we also visited the PAFA vending machines...very much appreciated in every way.
These big boxes that light up, and hum, and show you lots of snacks and then you GET one of the snacks and you can eat it! It is like the most perfect kind of art really, when you think about it...
|Not so sure about this one and what it wants from him? :-)|
Henry is a catalyst for re-examining preconceived notions of the world, that's for sure. We took in a few more shows:
|Hen responded positively to The Artist's Response to Tonalism show|
|Judging by the number of stims per square inch, I think his favorite was this small piece by Al Gury|
And he was as good as gold in the other galleries as well. Another nice thing is that most museum/gallery goers seem to be generally sophisticated/broadminded and savvy people, we rarely get more than a brief glance and a friendly smile when Henry flaps his hands (stims) with excitement, or gives the occasional happy little skip (which can be a surprising move enacted by a six foot five inch young man.) I guess it is pretty well understood that art-loving comes in all shapes and forms...