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February 5, 2024 - Monday - Today we were in Palm Springs, CA to see one of the new exhibits at the Palm Springs Art Museum called "So Picasso." Combining works from the museum and private collections and ranging in date from 1904 to 1968, this installation of approximately forty prints and ceramics celebrates the legacy of The Spaniard.
The series below is very interesting since the viewer can follow his progression of simplification to his drawings.
This is a portrait of his daughter Paloma with a doll.
Late in his life, Picasso began experimenting with ceramics.
This is a large plate, with a face, on a black background.
It's a great exhibit, we both really enjoyed it. Getting here wasn't easy with the monsoon going on, but at least Marilyn's backside was getting a rinse.
After the museum we had lunch at a landmark Palm Springs restaurant called Las Casuelas Terraza. We had never been here before, but we'll be sure to come back. We were seated at a wonderful table in front of the fire.
We both had Chili Rellenos with stemmed mild Ortega chilies and ranchero sauce. My sides were black beans and rice and Judy's were refried beans and rice.
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