A couple of friends and I visited The Chapin last week. Officially, it is the Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum, 3100 South Ocean Boulevard, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and I’d highly recommend it.
When we pulled up and saw a octopus made out of tubes stuffed with recycling, I knew I was in a good place.
The stairs to the entrance also made me feel right at home, and that was before I even saw ‘The Power of She.’
The current exhibit is about women – women of all races and stations in life.
It was quite moving to not only view the art but read the descriptions written by the artists. Yes, it’s okay to smile that this is the one I picked out to share with you. 🙂
And, like all smart women, we ended our adventure with good coffee, sweets, and lively conversation.
Happy Thursday and have a great weekend. I’m off to my Master Gardener Symposium tomorrow. See you on Monday with hopefully some good takeaways. 🙂
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