Detail of hand-painted bark cloth by Wilson Fitiao. (Field Museum T2011.24.249) (at The Field Museum)

Detail of hand-painted bark cloth by Wilson Fitiao. (Field Museum T2011.24.249) (at The Field Museum)

Flowers in the woods.

Flowers in the woods.

Door pull and wood pattern courtesy Eilel Sarrinen.  (at First Christian Church)

Door pull and wood pattern courtesy Eilel Sarrinen. (at First Christian Church)

Preserves as far as the eye can see in the Home and Family Arts Building. #timetraveltoday #1977 #tbt  (at Indiana State Fair)

Preserves as far as the eye can see in the Home and Family Arts Building. #timetraveltoday #1977 #tbt (at Indiana State Fair)

Painted pressed glass.  (at Stutz Arts)

Painted pressed glass. (at Stutz Arts)

One of my favorites (Robert Irwin’s Light and Space III).  (at Indianapolis Museum of Art)

One of my favorites (Robert Irwin’s Light and Space III). (at Indianapolis Museum of Art)

Ticket booth at newly renovated Coliseum at Indiana State Fairgrounds. Built in 1939.  (at Fairgrounds Coliseum)

Ticket booth at newly renovated Coliseum at Indiana State Fairgrounds. Built in 1939. (at Fairgrounds Coliseum)

Detail of quilt from Rahim Yar Khan area (in Punjab Province), Pakistan. Some exquisite quilts in Fabrics of Belonging exhibition at BYU’s Museum of Art. #byumoa  (at Brigham Young University Museum of Art)

Detail of quilt from Rahim Yar Khan area (in Punjab Province), Pakistan. Some exquisite quilts in Fabrics of Belonging exhibition at BYU’s Museum of Art. #byumoa (at Brigham Young University Museum of Art)

The everyday made beautiful: Dan Steinhilber’s Untitled (2002/2008). Paper-clad hangers. #byumoa (at Brigham Young University Museum of Art)

The everyday made beautiful: Dan Steinhilber’s Untitled (2002/2008). Paper-clad hangers. #byumoa (at Brigham Young University Museum of Art)

Eid Mubarak! 

This image of Amadou Bamba is from a prayer shirt by Serigne Bache. Bache’s portrait of Bamba combines verses from the Quran and Bamba’s poetry within an outline of Bamba. 

From the UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History

Eid Mubarak!

This image of Amadou Bamba is from a prayer shirt by Serigne Bache. Bache’s portrait of Bamba combines verses from the Quran and Bamba’s poetry within an outline of Bamba.

From the UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History