Some things are so pervasive, so ubiquitous that we almost forget its origin story, that it was actually invented or designed by someone (fairly) recently. Light filled rooms and open floor plans were unheard of until Frank Lloyd Wright in the early 1900s. Electric lights weren't a commonplace sight in homes until the 1930s. Personal… Continue reading Lights Up!
The Isamu Noguchi Garden Museum, housed on the grounds of a former gas station and photogravure plant, was designed by Noguchi himself and opened to the public in 1985 on a seasonal basis. Born in 1907, Noguchi's artistic career spanned six decades starting in the early 1920s and continuing until his death in 1988. He… Continue reading Artist’s Refuge – Noguchi Museum