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NC Museum of Art

May 12, 2010 Sarah Coggins

Dylan and I ventured out with friends yesterday to get a little culture and check out the new building at the NC Museum of Art. It just opened a couple of weeks ago so we considered ourselves pretty cutting edge to make it so soon. 😉  With two little guys under age 1, we had to keep the strollers moving.  I plan to go back for a more leisurely adult only visit in the future, but I think the boys enjoyed all the new sights even if they didn’t comprehend the great art they were seeing.

Here’s a tiny glimpse of what we saw ….

Auguste Rodin’s Thinker

Light and airy new galleries

Pablo Picasso’s Seated Woman, Red and Yellow Background

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  • Jen Sue Wild May 12, 2010 at 10:01 am
    I am glad you had a fun time I love museums.. We are yearly pass holders at ours..
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