Going on from now through November 7, Fort Worth’s Amon Carter Museum is presenting Ansel Adams: Eloquent Light, a display of 40 famous and lesser-known works by the man who invented several photographic techniques in wide use today. For those of you who don’t know of him, Ansel Adams lived from 1902 to 1984 and was best known for his black and white photography of the American West. This exhibit fits in well at the Amon Carter since it is known for its Remington and Russell collections of both artists’ Western paintings and sculptures. As are all the major Fort Worth museums, the Amon Carter is only a short, five minute drive from our bed and breakfast. Remember, too, if you’re planning a trip to see this attraction, the Amon Carter is closed on Mondays.
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May 31st, 2010 by Grover McMains