On Saturday, I took my dad to the art gallery to see the new MoMA exhibit. It was a treat for his birthday.
Lots of photos after the page break
Me and my half-sister Heather.
Me, Dad and Heather. I don't know where I get my height from!
Le Goulue at the Moulin Rouge by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
Blue and Violet Flowers by Emil Nolde
Illumined Pleasures by Salvador Dali
It's amazing how small and detailed this artwork it. Especially because the medium is oil. Oil paints are terrible to work with!
Listen to Living by Roberto Matta
Garden II by Richard Artschwager.
These were HUGE and amazing. Each drawing was made up of swirls.
Self portrait that I drew. They had a kids activity area, where you could sit down and draw a self-portrait.
Violin and Grapes by Pablo Picasso
Subject from a Dryer's Shop by Lyuboc Popova
Debris of an Automobile Giving Birth to a Blind Horse Biting a Telephone by Salvador Dali
I Still Use Brushes by Arman Pierre Fernandez
Modjesko, Soprano Singer by Kees van Dongen
Self-Portrait with Cropped Hair by Frida Kahlo
The next day, Sunday, I went to the Egyptian Exhibition with my friends Hayley, Kylie and Stefan. The exhibition is being held at the Museum of Western Australia. The items are on loan from the British Museum.
Statue of the goddess Sekhmet
Stela showing high priest Psusennes before Osiris, Horus and Isis
Statuette of Osiris
Scroll showing the types of things you can encounter in the underworld.
Funerary papyrus of Henuttawy.
The god Thoth with a scribal palette standing before the sun god Ra-Horakhty
Set of canopic jars. These are only symbolic because they're too small to contain actual organs.
The coffin and mummy of Irthorru.
Mummy mask with spell from the Book of the Dead.
Coffin of Horaawesheb containing mummy of an unknown woman.