Hidden in the hills of Vermont is a world-class art collection open to the public. A deep breath of art, displayed inside gorgeously restored barns and buildings, nestled into a landscape surrounded by small towns and farm pastures. The current exhibit, by Danish/Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson, is a blast of light and movement, a wild mix of art, nature and technology. A color-filled experience, in stark contrast to the frozen exterior landscape. The Waterfall installation, sited by a stream, has now been turned off for the season, but the natural waterfall a few steps away is still running beautifully. To schedule a tour, visit the Hall Art Foundation website. But hurry, they close for the season at the end of this month.
Olafur Eliasson in Vermont
Lovely post Elin. Thanks.
Write more, much more.
All the best for 2015. Phillip
Thank you so much for your comment, very kind. I look forward to following your Copenhagen travels, and I am hoping for a trip to Copenhagen and Fyn in 2015, fingers crossed! 🙂