Thursday, March 22, 2012

Thinker at 9th and Central

At times I think I have exhausted my exploration of downtown KC, but everytime I take a different street in the early morning on my way to work, I find something new.  I found this piece of art on a parking garage and stopped to shoot it.  It wasn't until I uploaded that I saw this group of lights represented the thinker.  I could find nothing about this art online and perhaps missed the artist on my quick stop for the shot.

I love downtown Kansas City for it's old historic building mixed with modern and the art displayed throughout.  I am once again headed to downtown to collect some more photos of the area.  I hope to get inside some of the buildings that are locked on the weekends mornings when I usually explore.

9 comments:

Tanya said...

i like that a lot! i bet it looks amazing when it's dark out and that is the only thing glowing!

Sonya @ Under the Desert Sky said...

Wow! That looks really cool! I love that color blue.

Sharon said...

This piece is very unique and kind of quirky too! I like it.

cieldequimper said...

That is excellent! I'm not sure I'd have noticed it was the thinker if you hadn't said!

Taken For Granted said...

It's great that a building as mundane as a parking garage should support a major art piece. Perhaps Rodan would have approved. Wonderful find.

Teresa said...

At first glance, I may not have noticed what that was!
Awesome. Quite a different place for lights like that.

Halcyon said...

This is modern and historic at the same time! It's different, but I like it.

RedPat said...

Love it!

Randy said...

That is really cool!