It's the last day of June, and the end of this month's creativity series on the theme of the Outdoors. All month, Garlands in Paris has been looking at art and museums through the lens of this theme: representations of the outdoors in art, objects that were created to be outdoors, the relationship between interior and exterior spaces... It's been fun way to look at Paris's cultural offerings.
Later this week, I will unveil July's theme (it's going to be a fun one!). Feel free to participate the more the merrier! Visit a museum or monument looking through the lens of the theme, and report back here.
Here is a round-up of June's posts on the theme of the Outdoors:
I scoured the Musée d'Orsay looking for the color green.
A look at a courtyard full of sculptures that used to be outdoors in a garden, and the remnants of that past life.