wave hill : blue skies, butterflies & art


Wave Hill is a public garden and cultural center located in the Bronx overlooking the Hudson River and Palisades. The garden is always interesting and feels as though you're on the grounds of a private residence. Artists focused on nature are also featured in exhibits held in Glyndor Gallery. We visited Wave Hill this weekend and were happily greeted by butterflies, sunflowers, blue skies filled with puffy clouds, and art. Hope you enjoy the view, too!




Gallery
Andrew Cooks

Christopher Russell

Maria Martinez-Caña


Milton Rosa-Ortiz

Scherazade


Photo Credit : Cindy

13 comments:

Julia said...

Look at all these goodies! It looks like you had an incredible time!

please sir said...

Looks like an amazing place - I love art centers! I don't recall seeing the candies you asked about - if I go again I'll keep an eye out!

Krissy said...

oh wow!!! How amazing. You take such lovely photos :)

Elizabeth said...

What a fun outing! Looks like it was a beautiful day. I would live in a gallery,museum or art center if I could.
Nice sunflowers and darling little butterflies :)Beautiful photos as usual Cindy!

jess gonacha said...

Wow, I'm so jealous of your outing! It looks so beautiful. (And thanks for your vote on my pattern, too!) xoxo

The Lil Bee said...

What a spectacular day! You take great photos.

Megan Coyle said...

looks like you had a wonderful day, and these pictures are absolutely wonderful!

quaint handmade said...

thank you everyone - it was a nice day.

thanks diana re: the candies, no worries.

jennifer said...

i love wave hill, i need to go back soon.

Bonbon Oiseau said...

your photos are beautiful, especially love the sunflowers against the bright blue sky!

quaint handmade said...

jennifer - it's a lovely place that always has something even though it's small.

hi bonbon oiseau - thank you and i'm off to see your blog now!

xo, c

Mrs.French said...

beautiful...every single one of them....did you take them with your new camera? *)

cindy : quaint said...

thank you so much mrs. french! no, it's my canon powershot. i keep dragging my feet for some reason on getting the slr.