Saying Goodbye the Only Way I Know How

My time as a McDermott Intern at the Dallas Museum of Art is drawing to a close. Along with my seven fellow interns who began at the DMA in September, I will be walking the galleries with the McDermott title for the last time next Friday afternoon. I have had amazing experiences while working at the Museum and getting to know the collection, and even though I will only be moving up the road to UTD as I finish my Master’s degree this summer, I felt a ceremonial goodbye way in order, the best way I knew how. Here are a few of my favorite works of art at the museum and my loving tribute to them!

Emma-O, the Japanese Buddhist Judge of the Dead

Untitled (Perfect Lovers) by Félix González-Torres

Luba Arrow Holder with Head and Three Prongs

Rembrandt Peale's Porthole Portrait of George Washington

Emblem by Sam Francis

Hindu God Shiva Nataraja, Lord of the Dance

2 Responses to “Saying Goodbye the Only Way I Know How”


  1. 1 June Waggener May 29, 2010 at 7:09 am

    So proud to see Logan Acton, has been an intern at the DMA! He was an amazing AP Studio Art student in high school! What a creative good bye!

  2. 2 Joanna May 30, 2010 at 8:05 pm

    Great tribute to your favorites. I will await news about what the future holds after your masters completion.


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