Joan Miró statue at Kimbell Art Museum

Kimbell Art Museum

It stands in front of the Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth, TX.

This tall, mythical creature is an entrance from the heavens. His torso, a fiery crucible, receives the continuous bolts thundered down by the art gods. Inspiration. Strength. Creativity. These are what it transfers to the grounds, its art, and lucky visitors. Through his legs you’ll see a doorway to this magical place.


Free Admission to the Kimbell Art Museum’s permanent collection. Sometimes there’s a fee for special exhibitions. Whatever it costs, pay it. It’s worth it. It’s never more than a few dollars per person. When you visit the Kimbell, alway drop in on the current special exhibit.

For more information about the museum, visit their website at:

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I shot this picture with a SONY NEX-5N on September 3rd, 2012.

The ISO is set to 100 and the Aperture to f/6.3. The Shutter Speed is 1/200s with a Focal Length of 18mm.

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