While I was looking through my photos from the Phoenix Art Museum to find the two I posted yesterday, I found quite a few photos I had never posted in a variety of places around the museum. So, today I have an assortment of odds and ends all from the art museum. Above is a view of the entrance with the fountain in the foreground. I love that fountain that has a long beam-like arm that hangs over the pool with a double waterfall.
Right up by the front door is another little fountain with a beautiful wall sculpture in the background.
One time when I was on the second floor I took this photo looking down on the hall that leads from the museum entrance area into the galleries.
Another long hallway on the second floor leads from one end of the museum to the other. It's a sort of bridge that spans over a garden area below.
Here's one for my readers who are long time Phoenix residents. This was taken back when they had that wonderful display of all kinds of designer shoes. This shoe is from the Goldwater's Department Store. Anyone remember that store? I loved shopping there when I first moved to Phoenix. It has long since been swallowed up by one of the big department store chains.
And, this last photo is from the current display in the designer fashion gallery. The reason I snapped this photo is that I once owned this set. (That's probably way too much information, right?)
The display label says it's by Vanity Fair from the 60's and it was certainly the 60's when I had the set.
Vanity Fair lingerie was not expensive so I can assure you I didn't pay designer prices. It just brought back some memories.