In honor of my trip this weekend to New York, enjoy one of that city’s most famous (and largest!) paintings. Autumn Rhythm (No. 30) hangs in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. It measures over 17 feet long, and was painted by Jackson Pollock on unstretched canvas on his floor. Make sure to see this cultural treasure the next time you’re in New York. The Met has a ” pay what you wish ” policy every day, which means you can see it for next to nothing, though it’s worth over $100 million.
image 1: the slide projector online
image 2: artchive.com
The countdown is on and it is roughly 12 hours before Design Lines rings in the new year!
Below are just some of the accomplishments and memories we’ve created that will surely last well into 2009.
10-Toured the manufacturing facilities of MCraig and the South Carolina State Capital Building in Columbia, S.C.
9-Staked our claim at Lake Gaston with the designs of several client properties.
8-Hosted our first ever sidewalk sale! The Pear Square Event
7-Waltzed down the aisle- well some us did-Ashley said “I do” in June and Lauren tied the knot in August.
6-Collaborated with our favorite builders on 3 Parade of Homes, including one Silver Award winner!
5-Became a member of the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce
4-Expanded our design capabilities into commercial avenues thanks to local architecture firms.
3-Created four dazzling spaces in the 2008 ASID Showhouse at Ramblewood of North Hills.
2-Blogged into our first birthday. Our blog is ONE! We recently opened comments, and we’re even getting visitors from far off places- from Hilton Head to New Delhi, India.
1– Broke a few records on our way to 2009-Design Lines 30th year!
Happy New Year!