Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Wednesday


Isaac Layman's amazing work at the Frye Art Museum with Cal's first grade class.

I hope your day has been a good one. More tomorrow. xo

10 comments:

Denise | Chez Danisse said...

They look intrigued, yet a little unsure. I often feel the same way when viewing unfamiliar works of art. I bet it was a lot of fun. Good reminder. I need to schedule an SFMOMA visit...

Jess said...

I love this photo.

likeschocolate said...

I wish our school district did more field trips like these!

KPiep said...

I really wish we had better access to museums!

Tracy said...

I wonder what they were thinking. The light, composition...the silence. Magic comes to mind.

chai ling said...

it is a very beautiful piece of portrait. a unique way of capturing the children in a museum.

pve design said...

It saddens me so much to know that so many field trips are being cut from many schools. I think just the adventure of being with classmates out of the class room is an extraordinary experience.
I love your image. You seem to be such a "fly on the wall"~
gorgeous work!
pve

thisfriendlyvillage said...

So lovely how you captured this moment! Margaret

Elsa May said...

Sounds like a good day - love the light in your image and the sense of anticipation/apprehension. Thank you for the link to Isaac Layman's work - it is utterly interesting. Annie x

Francesca said...

beautiful photo!