I had no idea that Salvador Dali lived (and worked) in Monterey in the 1940s. Apparently he was also an early Carmel Art Association member. What a treat of an exhibit!

Some selections from the Salvador Dali exhibit at the Museum of Monterey in Monterey, California:

Lithographs with religious themes (Dali was a devout Catholic)

planctus-david-in-mortem-soul
Planctus Dead in Mortem Soul
ego-sum-dominus-deus-tuus
Ego Sum Dominus Deus Tuus
cadaver-in-sepulchra-elisei
Cadaver in Sepulchra Elisei
arca-foederis
Arca Foederis
iosue-fortis-in-bello
Iosue Fortis in Bello
iosias-sepultus-in-mausoleo-patrum
Iosias Sepultus in Mausoleo Patrum

Surreal works with some elements of my favorite theme (melting clocks)

the-frozen-watches-of-space-time
The Frozen Watches of Space-Time
persistence-de-la-memoire-tapestry
Persistence de la Memoire (Tapestry)
mystery-of-sleep-the-hermit
Mystery of Sleep (The Hermit)
enigma-of-the-rose-death
Enigma of the Rose (Death)

As always, we log all of our adventures in our “Play” Journal by Stealth Journals. “Play” is an indexed book journal that should be used to record all of your good times!

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