On Wednesday Everything Was Art
Two days ago, on the day before Thanksgiving, I noticed that downtown Portland had been transformed into an art museum. There is always a lot of wonderful public art to see downtown, but two days ago art was everywhere, total visual design immersion. Maybe it was a quiet space just before the holiday hype, or the low sun? No. It’s always there, and there are just certain times I can see it.
Waiting for the MAX train with pink roses at the Pioneer Courthouse.
Woman With Curved Poofy Hair and Curved Poofy Jacket.
Sixth Avenue and Salmon Street Looking North.
The Congress Center.
Ticket Window of the Guild Theatre on SW Ninth Avenue.
Farmer’s Market in the Park Blocks with Amazing Braeburns to Taste.
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