Hello & happy “Monday” to you! Hope your long weekend was spent with family and friends and you were able to get outside and enjoy the incredible last few official days of summer.
We are finally getting settled into our new house and everyday it feels more and more like home. We hung some curtains, explored a few new neighborhoods parks, had a couple of friends over, did some grilling and a handful of other home projects and before I knew it the weekend was over. How were your long weekends? From the looks of instagram and such, you all look like you took in many of the Cleveland special weekend happenings…Air Show, Metroparks, Lake Erie, lots of patio drinking, Indians games and more. Thanks for always sharing your awesome photos with all of us, it’s so fun to follow along on your weekend adventures.
Today I want to share with you about the incredible exhibit that is going on now through October 23d at the Cleveland Museum of Art…The Art & Stories from Mughal India. This exhibit is both stunning and truly educational, I seriously need to go back so I can spend more time getting lost into each and every detail of the artwork.
I loved what the Art Museum wrote as a description of the exhibit… “The centennial exhibition focuses on four stories—an epic, a fable, a mystic romance, and a sacred biography—embedded within the overarching story of the Mughals themselves as told through 100 paintings drawn from the Cleveland Museum of Art’s world-class holdings. Rounding out the exhibition is a selection of costumes, textiles, jewelry, arms and armor, architectural elements, and decorative arts on loan from museums across the country.”
To learn more about each piece of work in the exhibit, the museum has put together their first, exhibit-specific app to use as you move through the exhibit. Check it out on your visit this fall.
Many of the paintings have such tiny details that the museum has provided magnifying glasses throughout the show so you can get up close and personal with each exquisite story. That had to be my favorite part of the entire show, I feel like I could have spent all day just taking in each colorful character and design element.
As the weather starts to grow cool, make sure you get your tickets to visit this exhibit. It is truly one of a kind.
Have a wonderful week back to business. Bye Bye (official) summer but cheers to many more warm nights for the next few weeks!