Well, they write them, too.
We regularly offer a book for visitor comments outside our True F. Luck Gallery. The Oscar Munoz exhibition has prompted responses from guests of all ages. Here’s a sampling:
From college students:
A beautiful depiction of life and death, a concept I aspire to get to the heart of every day though my own work. — Melissa
So beautiful, the most successful work I’ve seen dealing with the topic of memory — Elise
Using the table tops as screens for installing the videos was such a smart idea – really involves the viewer — Caitlin
I like sink art – Jacob
I like the dark room* and the movie of the man – Isabella
It is awesome and I like when the man drew the face – Jerzzee
I like when Oscar painted on the concreek [sic] – Phoebe
From other visitors:
Beautifully installed and a perfect start to a day that includes a tour of Hollywood Cemetery. Real substance! – Clare
The beauty of the ephemeral . . . well curated and wonderfully displayed, especially the charcoal on water portraits. – Nikki
Extremely well put together, the best thing I’ve seen since living here — Megan
*The small groups from Central Montessori School have also visited our upstairs darkroom for black-and-white photography, so several youngsters commented on that!