San Francisco Museum of Modern Art on a Rainy Day

It has been a very cold (by our standards) and rainy January so we decided to brave the elements and explore the new wing of the SFMOMA and its fabulous Fisher Collection.

The collection is so large, it will take months to rotate the entire collection into the galleries.  Here is a peek.

Skylight from the 5th Floor
View from 4th floor gallery.
Creepy good wax figure of “Wisconsin State Patrol” officer. He truly looks alive. Spooky!
Massive metal sculpture in the lobby of the Fisher Wing. Open stadium seating in the foreground.
Three of our favorite paintings from today’s visit.

Pastrami sandwiches at the nearby Contemporary Jewish Museum. Yum!!
Who are these two pickle heads?!
A quick visit to St. Patrick’s Catholic Church built in 1851.
We have never seen a bright red restroom. It hurts the eyes. Oh my!

2 thoughts on “San Francisco Museum of Modern Art on a Rainy Day”

  1. Seems the Weather in Wisconsin is more like the typical San Francisco Weather. Might explain what a Wisconsin State Patrol officer is doing in your Museum of Modern Art.

    1. Too funny! I thought the same thing when we first saw him. Hope all is well with you and yours. We will be in Wisconsin June July and August! See you then. J&J

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