st. louis, louisville, ohio, & indiana
fall 2003

Now this was a good roadtrip.

Thursday - flew into St. Louis a.m. / met Dallasite pals Karol & George / hit the Elvis is Alive, International Bowling, & Contemporary Art musuems / visited the mesmerizing mosaic-fest of the New Cathedral / met Austinite Terry Nowell who was busy curating an exhibit of his incredible collection of the work of folk artist Burgess Dulaney / OK Bosinan restaurant for dinner / a Confused Bosnian dessert Friday - capsule ride up the Gateway Arch / great soul food for lunch / hit the too-cool-for-kids City Museum / the Masonic Temple was closed / the Burgess D exhibit was open / darn good tapas for dinner Saturday - headed east to the Ohio River Valley / a couple of hours in New Harmony, IN / a faux Louis Sullivan bank in Poseyville, IN / on to My Old Kentucky (cousin's) Home in Luh-ville Sunday & Monday - family reunion time in Louisville / visit to architect Bruce Goff's "Triaero" residence Tuesday - early to Ohio / Jim Bowsher's incredible Temple of Tolerance in Wapakoneta, OH / a real Louis Sullivan bank in Sidney, OH / skipped Zaha in Cincinnati Wednesday - up to Indiana for a mad sign painter, the Gus Grissom Memorial, a domed hotel for sale / back to St. Louis for a pilgrimage to the Ando / shaky flight back to IAH / home

architect Tadao Ando's Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts
w/ sculptor Richard Serra's Joe
St. Louis, Missouri

The International Bowling Museum's Women's Hall of Fame
St. Louis, Missouri

"It's the Arch"

Terry Nowell w/ Karol & George in St. Louis

retrospective of the art of Burgess Dulaney

architect Richard Meier's Atheneum, New Harmony, Indiana
(reminder to young architects: Remember to pull a tarp over your buildings before it starts to rain !!)

at the (not-so-narrow) family reunion in Louisville

writer, teacher, historian, geologist, & artist of vision Jim Bowsher
(creator of the Temple of Tolerance)
Wapakoneta, Ohio

architect Louis Sullivan's People's Savings & Loan Bank
Sidney, Ohio

the historic & ginormous West Baden Springs Hotel, Indiana

photos copyright Lawrence Harris

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