The Professor and I took a day during this break to head down to the Indianapolis Museum of Art to visit the Andy Warhol exhibit; to say it was stunning is an understatement. This massive piece met us in the foyer and while not part of the Warhol exhibit, is still quite impressive – I’m afraid the photos don’t do it justice.
The piece is called, ‘Gravity’s Loom’ and is the creation of Los Angeles-based design team, Ball-Nogues Studio.
Hundreds of strands of thick twine clipped inside rings create swirling patterns of bright colors – exactly what we need when the sun plays her disappearing act during the winter months here in Indiana.
These photos were taken by The Professor and The Professor’s brother who, with niece Avery, met us at the museum.