You know, of course, that I like to look around the backs of things. And I also like to look up – ceilings are more interesting than maybe you’d think. This lovely ceiling-plus-skylight-plus-fan was inside an artist’s studio at Houston’s Silo at Sawyer Yards.
And here we are in Houston, at a very cool art space called The Silos at Sawyer Yards; it’s an area of old warehouses and silos and etc. that have been repurposed as arts spaces. As it happened, our visit coincided with the monthly Second Saturday event, when studios are open, so we were able to look at art and visit with the artists.
The Silos are part of a larger arts area in Houston – you can read about that right here.
And, if you do have a reason to go to Houston, think about adding this to your itinerary. And if you don’t have a reason to go to Houston, a visit to to Sawyer Yards and all the adjacent artsy stuff is reason enough to plan a visit.
…and since the men’s latrine wasn’t locked, I was able to see this restroom-based view of the church. It’s become one of my favorite images from my day of touring painted churches.
(Tomorrow, we’ll move on to another topic.)
Saints Cyril and Methodius Catholic Church