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A Weekend in the Hudson Valley
South to north, and then east to Massachusetts.

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Kykuit, the Rockefeller Estate
Sleepy Hollow, NY
Kykuit: the recently restored fountain in the front garden Kykuit - facade of the house built for John D Rockefeller Sr. Kykuit - One of a pair of torches by Tiffany Kykuit, with statues from Nelson Rockefeller's collection.

Storm King Art Center
So big it has a tram to take you around to see the work.
At Storm King Art Center at Storm King, <em>Frogs Legs</em> by Mark di Suvero at Storm King, <em>Jambalaya</em> by Mark di Suvero At Storm King, <em>Shang</em> by Mark di Suvero

Big warehouse, interesting art, photos not allowed

At Bard College in Annandale NY,
Frank Gehry's Richard B Fisher Center for the Performing Arts

On a rainy June day, the Fisher Center isn't in season Frank Gehry's Fisher Center, Bard College, Annandale NY Bard Gehry Fisher_6469
Does it look like a duck? Gehry Fisher Bard_6477 The supporting framework is more complicated than the skin
Bard Gehry Fisher Bard Gehry Fisher_6482

The Fields Sculpture Park, Art Omi, Ghent NY
Sculptures at The Fields, Art Omi Very long, very yellow, very bent, very wet: Art Omi Shih Chieh Huang is trying to dry off his project so it will stand erect
A space ship, Art Omi A space ship must have a window for the astronaut to point his camera at spaceship earth Guidance Rockets for the space ship, Art Omi

Incidental photos from lunch & dinner stops
Bar Bottles in Kingston NY Chatham NY

Mass MoCA, the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, North Adams MA
Away from the Hudson, over the state line into Massachusetts
Mass MoCA sign, from the rear, North Adams MA The old industrial buildings now used for  Mass MoCA, the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art Outside Mass MoCA, Natalie Jeremijenko's <em>Tree Logic,</em> 1999 Kids & parents playing <em>Take a Giant Step</em> under the art No photos inside the building, but I couldn't help sneaking a picture of this important art work. Across the street, but still part of MASS MoCA, this cut stone sculpture by Don Gummer

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