This was the month when Kammi and Johnathan got married. Mt. Rose, with its skiing slopes, served as the backdrop for most of the day, Reno Christian Fellowship was the ceremony spot followed by a reception at Arrow Creek Club.
I always liked the idea of a museum and what it represents even though I’m mostly an admirer of their architectural beauty and not so much a visitor. I missed many amazing exhibits at the Museum of Art in Reno, the one that comes to mind was the Fernando Botero exposition. Don’t get me wrong, I have been to many museums as a visitor but I find myself often in the role of a “secret” admirer than that of a professed lover, a dilettante perhaps . It’s a place of wonder and discovery, sometimes magical sometimes hard to decipher as if looking through the thick cloud of a nebula. Some works of art may take you as much time to understand as it took a nebula to create and give birth to a new star! And that’s a very, very long time!
Or you can just go in and see pretty things without having to strain your brain to understand its meaning.
Nevada Museum of Art in Reno is hosted in a beautiful building at the border of the emerging new Midtown and the the old Downtown. Amazing views await you on the top floor where wedding ceremonies and receptions sometime take place. Dinners are the wonderful creation of chef Mark Estee.
Awesome place, check it out either way.
Wedding planning and design Liane McCombs.