The Samurai exhibit at the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art is pretty cool. There is armor and weapons everywhere, along with a recorded guide session that explains everything for you. The exhibit is there until April 29th, so be sure to check it out if you are a fan of history and find yourself near the Las Vegas Strip.
I stopped in at the Mexic-Arte Museum this afternoon while walking about in downtown Austin. They had a Day of the Dead display called “Love to Death” and the theme was Community Altars. There were so many colorful celebrations of life and death to behold.
The Illectric River Festival even had balloon art. The team from Balloonski was working hard. Pretty soon the whole festival was filled with creative balloons.
The Illectric River Festival was also filled with graffiti artists at work. I love it when festivals do this sort of thing. Throughout the day and night, you get to watch these artists bring their creations to life.
The Illectric River EDM Festival was most awesome. Here are some photos of the art posted around the festival grounds. A lot of this art was created by Nicky Davis from Houston and it was so much fun.
This is an incredible art installation by Ugo Rondinone. Seven Magic Mountains can be discovered about ten miles south of Las Vegas. Make sure you have plenty of storage available in your camera, because if you are like me, you will wander the property and snap a ton of photos.
The Bellagio lobby is always the most magical place.
This Sculpture, among others, can be found at the end of the Waco Suspension Bridge. It is a great depiction of a Vaquero herding some longhorn cattle.