On this thirteenth day of Christmas, Epiphany, Ulla Vinterhav brings us this Christmas Greeting with Christ, the three wise men and Moonhouse #2.22.
Happy Epiphany Ulla and thank you for the greeting. Fair winds on your coming adventures!
Om July 31, 2013, Ulla Vinterhav brought Moonhouse #2.22 to the Palma Cathedral La Seu on Mallorca. La Seu is an impressive building in many ways:
It is 121 metres long, 55 metres wide and its nave is 44 metres tall. Designed in the Catalan Gothic style but with Northern European influences, it was begun by King James I of Aragon in 1229 but finished only in 1601.
Congratulations Ulla on your successful expedition and fair winds on your coming adventures.
Houses #2.22 and #2.23 has completed a successful expedition to Venice, Italy. The above picture is taken at the west bridgehead of Ponte dell’Accademia looking south over the Canal Grande. Note how well the Moonhouse (#2.23) blends in with the medieval surroundings; the stern of a Venice Gondola protruding from the greenery in the foreground and Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute dominating the skyline.
Great works of art are inclusive and enhance each other mutually. The above image features house #2.22 in front of Picassos ”The Studio” displayed at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice. Focus is naturally on the Moonhouse but one can sense how Picassos painting and the Moonhouse complement each other. Painting and sculpture. Architecture and portrait.
Congratulations on the successful completion of your first expeditions John-Olof Vinterhav and Ulla Vinterhav. Fair winds on your future adventures. Houses #2.22 and #2.23 will hence forth be named The Picasso and The Canal Grande.
On this Easters Eve two more houses have been released. House #2.15 is on its way Mike Morris in the USA for an appearance in the Caribbean. House #2.22 is in the hands of Mr and Mrs Vinterhav for appearances in Venice and by the Dead Sea.