Some people call it art... But seriously?! Is this art? I think a bored two-year-old did this in his backyard and some weirdy parents thought he was a genius. It's a good thing Tyler works for JP Morgan and we can visit the museum for free, because I would have been pretty bitter if we had paid the general admission ($50.00 for both of us) to see this.

At least the egg and balloon-puppy were way over-sized. I mean come on people, let's put in a little effort.

In case you were wondering, we did see some very spectacular art. We only had time to visit two of the nine buildings, and see some of the outdoor art, but we did see some beautiful paintings by Monet, Cezanne, Rembrandt, and Rubens, and some sculptures by Rodin, that we liked.

"In the Woods at Giverny Blanche Hoschede at Her Easel with Suzanne Hoschede Reading" by Claude Monet

"The Holy Family with Saint Elizabeth Saint John and a Dove" by Peter Paul Rubens

We saw the real art after we toured the contemporary exhibit and I definitely had more appreciation for how amazing the paintings were because of it.

Paintings courtesy Google Images

1 comment:

  1. Andrew and I have never been to the LACMA, is that un-American or un-Angeles of us? I might not be cool enough for it.