Wednesday, February 6, 2008

To all of my friends in the southern US, I hope you are safe after yesterday's storms. I have been thinking of you all a lot.

So here is a treat for today. Rather than look at some of my art, I thought I would share some photos from the water gardens at the Center Pompidou, Paris! These sculptures are so much fun.

And so colorful!

They look so great with the older architecture surrounding them, but stay true to the Pompidou's architecture. Kiss Kiss

Isn't she a love?
I just thought you would enjoy these today!
Have a Very Happy Wednesday. I am trying to work on something special for the end of the week. I hope I can get it completed in time.


Unknown said...

Hi Kim , I love these sculptures so much, you have made nice photos here!!! It makes me smile cause we took almost the same photos, (have a look at my blog in "Nature in Paris" category:)
Hope your friends in souther us are ok, I saw the results of the devastating tornados on tv, what a mess and poor people there!

Andrea and Kim said...

Oh Andrea! All of those photographs just make me want to come back to Paris so badly! Ahhh, the markets and the shops! I miss those kinds of places so much. There is so much to inspire one's art there! And the metro...just walking to the metro there is so much to see! How lovely of you to share these with everyone! I am your number one fan!

These are some wonderful sculptures! They never fail to bring a smile to my face! I just want to go up and hug some of them!

Thanks so much for pointing out the wonderful photos on your blog...I had forgotten they were there!

Judybec said...

OOOooooh! thanks for posting this! We found these fountains on our honeymoon and spent some time with them while waiting for the Pompidou to open. Seeing them brings back memories!

Andrea and Kim said...

Bec, I am glad you enjoyed these photos. I really miss Europe so much, so I look at them often. These are really, really fun, though. Andrea (see her posting above) has some super photos of Paris on her blog...of course, she lives there! Lucky Lady!

It looks like you are doing quite a bit of work over on your blog. I look forward to visiting there more.