I decided to break up our winter with an inspirational holiday to New York.
Above is me standing outside the Rockefeller centre.

The architecture of this city is incredible and a great way to see it is from the top of the Rockefeller Centre. Unfortunately on the day we visited the weather was miserable but luckily when we reached the top the view was breathtaking as the rain had given the city a beautiful moodiness!
The museums in this city are amazing and you are spoiled for choice, I visited Moma, the Guggenheim, the
Met and The Museum of Natural History.

While I was visiting the MOMA I came across these two lovely surface patterns that were created for a theatre costume. What I love about them is how they repeat and are interlocked as though they are dancing.

The collection at the Met is so inspiring; I loved seeing my favorite artists from the 20th Century!
I loved viewing this portrait of Mada Primavesi by Gustav Klim

The Guggenheim, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is also a must see.
It wasn’t so much the art that was exhibited that I enjoyed but rather the originality of the building itself

While I was in the Museum of Natural History I came across these two cute little dinosaurs, I always thought these type of Dinosaurs were only really large, so I was immediately smitten with them.

I greatly enjoyed my week in New York and relish a chance to return and indulge my love of art and design.

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