TBT-this August 2010 image is of Knossos on the island of Crete. The site dates back to approximately 2000 BC with an urban area reaching the size of 18,000 inhabitants. It is the largest Bronze Age archaeological site on the island and it has been called Europe’s oldest city.
Great news! After applying a number of times over the years to Tohono Chul Galleries highly competitive call to artists (five times, but who’s counting) I learned on Friday that my sixth application for the upcoming “Copper State” exhibit, Copper Smelter No. 1 Superior, AZ, and No. 2 Hayden, AZ were both juried in! The exhibition will run from Nov 16, 2018-Feb 6, 2019
The new AND improved playground equipment install at Himmel Park in Tucson, AZ is complete! Images of “after”, “during” and “before”.
In 1907 this Louis B. Tiffany iridescent glass dome was installed above the mezzanine of Chicago’s original Marshall Fields Department Store on State St. With over 1.6 million pieces it is the largest of its kind.
Chicago’s restaurant & cafe scene is splendid, we had some fabulous meals, from Spanish tapas to Greek pastitsio and of course Chicago pizza! Fun fact: there are over 7,300 restaurants in Chicago, you could eat at a different one each night for 20 years!
Chicago’s Palmer House is on the list of Historic Hotels of America, with over 1600 rooms it is one of the largest in the city. The current structure dates back to the roaring 1920’s with a grand lobby and bar reflective of the era.
On the Chicago River looking east from Lake Michigan.
Chicago’ Sunday Logan Square Farmers’ Market is a spirited showcase for everything fresh and tasty!
Chicago’s Millennium Park’s Crown Fountain a unique piece of interactive public art and video sculpture. The gigantic faces with changing expressions are projected on glass blocks, every ninety seconds their lips’ purse and water sprays forth on the kid’s anxiously waiting below.