I don’t like to rush the seasons, but I do admit to longing for spring. I appreciate that the sky is brighter, the lawn greener, and blooming flowers add color to the landscape. These are encouraging sights after a long, snowy winter. April is a time of change at the Woodson Art Museum, too.
When the groundhog sees its shadow and Mother Nature delivers winter storm after storm, your hopes for an early spring are quickly dashed. Unlike winter 2012 when the Woodson Art Museum undertook an ambitious, tight-timeframe building project, this winter has been one for the record books.