On our recent trip home to Arkansas for the holidays, we made sure to carve out a day to visit the Crystal Bridges art museum. We'd heard rumblings from friends and family about the bodacious art collections and quirky armadillo-inspired architecture, and the rumblings proved correct.
A gray and drizzly day was all the more reason to spend a handful of hours wandering the halls and galleries. And sometimes, the museum-goers are just as interesting as the art itself. Here's what I captured that morning.
(Want to know more about this world-class museum nestled in Arkansas' Ozarks? Here's a good read from The New Yorker about "Alice's Wonderland.")