I went to the High Museum of Art in Atlanta with my family last week. There were so many fabulous exhibits. These were some of my favorites!
There is a Gogo Ferguson exhibit there now. I have a few pieces of her jewelry and have always loved her work. Gogo uses natural elements she finds around her home on Cumberland Island, GA to create beautiful jewelry. The necklace above is composed of beads and silver pieces that are made from the mold of an armadillo scapula. The other necklace and earrings are made of pearls and silver cast from the mold of a rattlesnake jawbone.
Loved this little door. My daughter, Sarah, stepped in as model to demonstrate scale.
The Lichenstein house in front of the museum! It was such a treat to go exploring through the museum with my husband Rick and daughter Sarah!
These skirts were part of an African textile exhibit that we LOVED. The skirt on the right is from Tanzania!
If you are in the Atlanta area I highly recommend a visit to this fabulous museum!