Art on the Way

Inspired by fellow blogger Adam Grybowski, I walked to work today, and in my backpack I carried soup made only from vegetables I either grew myself or purchased from the West Windsor Farmers Market where I bike every Saturday.

Walking is not only good for the body and environment, but it enables one to see the art all around. There’s the obvious art — sculpture on the Princeton University campus (more on that in future posts) — and then there’s the incidental art: a pergola tilting over with the weight of too much wisteria; a section of flagstone pavement repaired with patches of asphalt that, from a distance, looks like a checkerboard art installation.

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2 Responses to Art on the Way

  1. Aamir Musharraf says:

    Walking and biking have great health benefits. I am a colleague of Ilene’s and I try to get in a couple of miles of walk everyday. Now on to eating more veggies…

  2. Mimi O says:

    LOVE THIS NEW BLOG! I AM ALWAYS CURIOUS ABOUT ART AND SO GLAD THAT THE PACKET HAS A WAY FOR ME TO STAY CURRENT!

    BEST!

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