So it seems. It probably isn’t the case, but it does turn up frequently in other places, when or where I least expect it. It probably has more to do with the fact that I’m sensitized to the color now and I’m more aware of it. Indigo.
At any rate, this is the piece that attracted or spoke to me far more than any other this weekend. I spent Saturday going through a few exhibits at the NC Museum of Art, including the prints of Edvard Munch. I’d recently read Sue Prideaux’s biography of Munch, so felt like I could approach his work with more clarity and appreciation.
I ran into this one, though – the Boro Futon cover at the Gregg Museum of Art & Design, in the Art Without Artists exhibit showing currently. It’s an eclectic collection of pieces, well worth taking some time with. There’s a lot to consider, like this piece. I could have spent the entire afternoon with it. There were others that attracted for one reason or another, but this was “the one.” I don’t have to say why, do I?