sundays. at. the. vmfa.

A few Sundays ago, I spent the day at the VMFA checking out the latest art exhibits + revisiting old favorites. If I could visit an art museum every Sunday, then believe me I would. While I'm definitely not an artist myself (I did major in art history, though!), there's nothing more inspiring to me than getting lost in a museum. From ancient Greek kraters to contemporary art, I love it all. Luckily for me, the VMFA is just a day trip away, so I'm able to make the trip quite often. While I enjoy exploring the art museums up in D.C. (the National Gallery of Art, the Hirshhorn and the National Portrait Gallery, just to name a few), they're not quite as easy to get to (read: traffic on traffic). Anyway, I thought that I would share a few snapshots from my day at the VMFA. If you're ever in the Richmond (VA) area, then I'd strongly encourage that you check it out. It's such a gem, that I myself, only discovered a few years back.

Nicholas Krushenick.  Jungle Jim Lieberman, 1969. 

Patrick Caulfield. The Mysterious Suspicion – After Magritte, 1974.

Richard Roth.  Untitled (yellow corner), 1971

Ed Ruscha.  Noise, Pencil, Broken Pencil, Cheap Western, 1963. 

A quick #ootd snapshot. The weather was a bit gloomy, so black skinny leg jeans + a field jacket were obligatory.

What's your favorite way to spend #SundayFunday? What do you do to get re-inspired? Leave a comment below!


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