It’s hard to believe that I’m about two months behind on this, but I’m going to continue on with the Spain posts. The upside to being late is that I get to relive the trip through the photos.
When Travis and I visited Spain in 2005, we took the train to Figueres to see the Dali museum. Unfortunately, the day we went was the first day they went into off-season mode, so they were closed. I didn’t get to see the museum. This time, I did!
So, Salvador Dali was quite a character in his day (he’s the guy that painted the melting or drooping clocks); after seeing his work and the museum he designed to house his works, I think it’s pretty safe to say that he was a true artist. No holds barred in his mind; everything goes, and everything went. He was experimental, creative, and he must have lived, breathed, and dreamed art all day and all night long.
Here are a few things (out of many) that I found interesting.