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Posted: 3/6/2011 4:26:00 PM EST
Went home for a family event over the weekend.

Visited the "Fine Arts Museum" at BYU. Carl Bloch exibit.





It was a fun place to spend an afternoon with family. The kids were well behaved. We had a good time.

It is the first time *ever* that most of the pieces have left Denmark... BYU already owned "Christ Healing the Sick at Bethesda." The Fine Arts Museum did a good job with the exhibit. Cameras are a no-no, so no pics from inside, sorry... I wasn't about to piss off the ~18 yo BYU coed with a security badge and a radio...

But if you are interested in some rare and pretty awesome Christ-centered art, visit the Fine Arts Museum at BYU...

Link To BYU Website
Link Posted: 3/8/2011 12:06:22 PM EST
I've got to get over there while the exhibit is still there.
Link Posted: 3/8/2011 4:21:48 PM EST
Originally Posted By Shane333:
I've got to get over there while the exhibit is still there.


It will knock your socks off... That is all I can say...

They built individual altars for the "Altar" pieces...

We went during the day, on a "school day" and it was still packed pretty tight... The Monte L. Bean Museum was a ghost town, though...

The kids liked the animals and butterflies, and *we* liked the Art Museum...

Everyone liked the Creamery...
Link Posted: 3/8/2011 6:25:15 PM EST
Originally Posted By juni4ling:
Originally Posted By Shane333:
I've got to get over there while the exhibit is still there.


It will knock your socks off... That is all I can say...

They built individual altars for the "Altar" pieces...

We went during the day, on a "school day" and it was still packed pretty tight... The Monte L. Bean Museum was a ghost town, though...

The kids liked the animals and butterflies, and *we* liked the Art Museum...

Everyone liked the Creamery...


Do you know, if you look closely on the upper floor of the Bean Museum you can find a real Saiga. Serious!
Link Posted: 3/13/2011 6:21:33 PM EST
[Last Edit: 3/13/2011 6:22:42 PM EST by hawkeye180]
I am coming down in April for Conference. Do you know if the exhibit will still be there?

Edit: I just saw the link to the website.
Link Posted: 3/14/2011 10:50:47 AM EST
Originally Posted By Shane333:
Originally Posted By juni4ling:
Originally Posted By Shane333:
I've got to get over there while the exhibit is still there.


It will knock your socks off... That is all I can say...

They built individual altars for the "Altar" pieces...

We went during the day, on a "school day" and it was still packed pretty tight... The Monte L. Bean Museum was a ghost town, though...

The kids liked the animals and butterflies, and *we* liked the Art Museum...

Everyone liked the Creamery...


Do you know, if you look closely on the upper floor of the Bean Museum you can find a real Saiga. Serious!


You mean real *stuffed* Saiga... ?
Link Posted: 3/14/2011 12:14:39 PM EST
Originally Posted By juni4ling:
Originally Posted By Shane333:
Originally Posted By juni4ling:
Originally Posted By Shane333:
I've got to get over there while the exhibit is still there.


It will knock your socks off... That is all I can say...

They built individual altars for the "Altar" pieces...

We went during the day, on a "school day" and it was still packed pretty tight... The Monte L. Bean Museum was a ghost town, though...

The kids liked the animals and butterflies, and *we* liked the Art Museum...

Everyone liked the Creamery...


Do you know, if you look closely on the upper floor of the Bean Museum you can find a real Saiga. Serious!


You mean real *stuffed* Saiga... ?


Well, yeah. It certainly won't be prancing around up there.
Link Posted: 3/15/2011 1:20:02 PM EST
Originally Posted By Shane333:
Originally Posted By juni4ling:
Originally Posted By Shane333:
Originally Posted By juni4ling:
Originally Posted By Shane333:
I've got to get over there while the exhibit is still there.


It will knock your socks off... That is all I can say...

They built individual altars for the "Altar" pieces...

We went during the day, on a "school day" and it was still packed pretty tight... The Monte L. Bean Museum was a ghost town, though...

The kids liked the animals and butterflies, and *we* liked the Art Museum...

Everyone liked the Creamery...


Do you know, if you look closely on the upper floor of the Bean Museum you can find a real Saiga. Serious!


You mean real *stuffed* Saiga... ?


Well, yeah. It certainly won't be prancing around up there.


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