The beautiful city of Irvine, California is just an hour from downtown Los Angeles, and next to some of the most beautiful beaches and mountains in all of California, which makes it the perfect place for lovers of the outdoors, shopping, and beaches to visit during their time in California!
The Broad Museum in Los Angeles has one of the most beauytiful collections of contemporary art in the world, and features artists like Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Jeff Koons, Yayoi Kusama, and many others that shouldn’t be missed in LA!
The Getty, LACMA, Museum of Jurassic Technology, The Broad, and Griffith Observatory are 5 of the best museums in Los Angeles, and shouldn’t be missed by any self-respecting art and culture fanatic – here’s why!
We saw almost all of Rome, on foot, in three days, and it wouldn’t have been possible without good walking shoes and thick socks. If you enjoy sightseeing or photography, or just like going at your own pace and want to save money, skip the tours you’ll see signs everywhere for and have the adventure of a lifetime in the Eternal City.
Querétaro represents the former economic and artistic glory of central Mexico, where aqueducts still stand tall and proud, and Spanish and Catholic architectural influences can be found on nearly every building in this ancient, mountainous city.
Tickets to legendary Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama’s internationally acclaimed installation “Infinity Mirrors” typically sell out in minutes, but we managed to get our hands on some and it was well worth traveling across the country to see. Step inside Yayoi Kusama’s glittering, infinite universe and see why it is one of the most intriguing museum exhibits of the 21st century.
The Anila Quayyum Agha: Intersections Exhibit at the Grand Rapids Art Museum was absolutely gorgeous. I loved her use of light, shadows, and negative space, and that her work took up the entire room, and you can experience her work through the photos below, or head to the Grand Rapids Art Museum and see it for […]
The Art Gallery of Ontario was one of my favorite art museums I’ve ever been to (and I’ve been to dozens!). From the flow of the exhibits, to the use of lighting and negative space, each exhibit was uniquely contrived to draw viewers in and create a unique space for local and international artists alike to share their
While I was researching where to go on our trip to Toronto, one building really stood out to me: Casa Loma. The Edwardian building jumped out at me, because it’s the only castle in a bustling metropolis, so it obviously stands out. The 98 room castle was built in the early 1900s by a wealthy […]
Detroit Insititue of Arts is home to thousands of incredible famous works of art, as well as a number of amazing ancient artifacts, mummies, pottery, and coins from around the world.