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Art Reimagined

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While working from home, our very creative staff has reimagined some of the works in our galleries using toys, pancakes, and so much more. Explore their at-home masterpieces below, and get inspired to create one of your own.

Two images side by side. On the left is a painting of a young child holding a carrot. On the right a woman recreates the painting, also holding a carrot. They each have brown hair with a blue bow and wear orange/brown sweaters.

Created by Gretel Garcia, Learning and Public Engagement


A side-by-side image. On the left is a work by Felix Gonzalez-Torres consisting of a pile of colorful candy in the corner of a wall. On the right is a recreation of the work using colorful children's toys.

Created by Cybele Tom, Conservation and Science


A photo of two side-by-side images. On the left is a small sculpture of a head laying on its side, and on the right is a recreation of the sculptural head.

Created by Mardy Sears, Conservation and Science


Two image side by side. The left is of a sculpture in bronze of a ballerina by Degas. On the right a little girl copies the pose of the sculpture. She wears a pink tutu and a pink ribbon in her hair.

Created by Katrina Rush, Conservation and Science


Edgar Degas. Little Dancer Aged Fourteen, about 1879–81. Private collection.

A side-by-side image. On the left is Claude Monet's painting of haystacks in a field in winter. On the right is a recreation of the painting using pancakes and powdered sugar.

Created by Kim Muir, Conservation and Science


A side-by-side image. On the left is a self-portrait of a man wearing glasses and a visor on his head. On the right a young person recreates the portrait.

Created by Elsa Thyss, Conservation and Science


A side-by-side image. On the top is a work by Roni Horn, which is a dark blue solid rectangle of glass. On the bottom is a recreation of the work.

Created by Allison Guzman, Development and Corporate Relations


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