Monday, February 25, 2008

In the continuing series - the deYoung Museum's copper exoskeleton

Since we moved away from San Francisco, I always return to the deYoung Museum in Golden Gate Park to gauge the oxcidation of the copper exterior. As I've heard it described, the architects expected it to loosely approximate the lost history of the copper that characterizes the Statue of Liberty's descent in the grand green lady it now has become. Expect that everytime I head back that you'll get a fresh shot. Cloudy day, little change, beautiful park.

1 comment:

Jason said...

The lead singer of Styx has his own museum? Fantastic!! Mr. Roboto is there, right?