Independence Day and the High Museum of Art

Happy Independence Day! I just want to take a moment to thank all the men and women who continue to protect and serve both in the US and around the world. It takes a lot to be away from your family, comfort zone and risk your life in order to fight for the freedom of others. One of these courageous young women is one of my closest friends. I am beyond proud of her for following in her father’s footsteps!

High Museum of Art Anna Hays Mershon Gallery, mirrored disk

I decided to check out the High Museum of Art in Atlanta. If you are a Bank of America cardholder, on the first weekend of every month you get free admission to the High Museum of Art! The museum does accept donations if you want to donate. I will warn you that parking can be steep (fifteen dollars) if you can not find street parking. This is the third time I’ve visited and I love how often they rotate out new exhibits in front of the museum and inside. There is usually an exhibit outside that children can play on. I love that these exhibits give children the opportunity to play and interact with the art while allowing kids to play outside instead of in front of a computer/tv screen.

The High is currently displaying the Andy Warhol exhibit until September 3rd! Overall most of Mr. Warhol’s pieces are the typical pop art colorful pieces you would expect, there was one room that shocked my friend and had some more explicit photographs. I personally did not know he screen printed photos of cats and shoes. Andy Warhol One Blue PussyAndy Warhol Shoe bright, shoe light, first shoe I've seen tonight. Pink shoe sketch

Andy Warhol to shoe or not to shoe

When I think Andy Warhol, Campbell’s soup cans, the Campbell’s dress and Marilyn Monroe screen print pop art comes to mind. So this was fun and educational for me as well.

Aluminum walls at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta

Mohommad Ali Andy Warhol

This is one of the interesting views on the Skywalk inside!
The High museum of Art Atlanta views brunette girl in white dress

I had to get a close up of this statement necklace to show you all. It’s from Forever 21 about six months back and I love the mixture of turquoise and silver. I thought it would go well with a white dress. I know I don’t have any red, but my nails should count!

Turquoise and Silver statement necklace with a white dress

After we left I had to take some fabulous pictures in front of this beautiful ivy.
Green ivy walls and a beautiful black woman in a white dress with cobalt blue shoesBeautiful black girl with a white dress on and cobalt blue shoes, on stairs with ivy at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta

I hope today is spent with the people you love, sharing laughter and enjoying good food!

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