PHeymont's wanderings in Basel found quite a number of interesting buildings and some interesting histories. More to come in future.
One of TravelGumbo's regular contributors has work on exhibit at two New York area galleries.
DrFumblefinger and MrsFumblefinger were pleased to find this expertly cut pendants. Their art is carefully freed from the coins by this skilled artisan.
Tokyo visitors and residents get a chance to ride a rolling art gallery.
DrFumblefinger was very excited and pleased to be able to view Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece, the Last Supper, during a visit to Milan.
Faced with ever-growing crowds, France's biggest museum is moving to a reservation-only admission system, starting this fall.
Gumbo was visiting beautiful St. Mary's Basilica in Krakow. Situated on the City's popular Market Square, it is best know for its magnificent altarpiece.
A whimsical fountain recreates an old Cologne tale that seems to have a moral—but it's a little hard to say.
PHeymont visits another of Basel architect Karl Moser's masterpieces, a turn-of-the-last century church with Art Nouveau decor.
PHeymont visits a relatively small German cathedral, with a wealth of art, both ancient and recent.
The most thorough-ever study and restoration of Rembrandt's Night Watch is taking place in public view.
PortMoresby has a good look at the de Young Museum's most recent incarnation in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park.
DrFumblefinger visits a small sculpture garden that pays tribute to some of Key West's most influential past citizens, some of whom are well known.
DrFumblefinger encounters a rather fun and unusual piece of street art while exploring downtown Reno.
Jonathan L shows us some of the amazing street murals from the town of Dozza in Italy