This photo, the moth, and the site Cambridge Outdoors are great sources of art outdoors for me.
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Header photo for ART OUTDOORS is “The Housatonic” by Rick and Laura Brown, Contemporary Sculpture at Chesterwood, MA, 2013.
writer, educator, museum volunteer; My camera and I are reflected in the blue globe within the sculpture installation,"The Sky is the Limit" by Geoff Nelson. From slideshow in post: HISTORIC AND CURRENT ART AT CHESTERWOOD
- Dominic Killiany’s Art Enlivens Playground, Gallery and Vision May 15, 2023
- Circle around Spheres at Harvard Museums: Origen by Bosco Sodi, plus a nearby Monument May 1, 2023
- Young Artists Respond Creatively to Noted Grownups of Art History April 10, 2023
- Explore Stories Behind Patricia Thaxton’s Monumental Mural in Harvard Square March 22, 2023
- Changing Art Joins Constant Sculpture in Brattle Square: Ann Norton’s “Gateway to Knowledge” Stands with Beings Created by Minimum Wage Art March 6, 2023
I believe that the Isabella Tiger Moth’s better known incarnation is as the Woolly Bear caterpillar
seen crossing roads in early Fall. By the way, for a free(or donation) daily nature/photo blog
you might check out Mary Holland’s Naturally Curious. Joel