And how people tend to be attracted to the art according to how they are dressed. Or dress to be attracted to art?

Which was #3 on the list from the other day, in case it sounded familiar.

But I’ve also explored that here. Maybe other places, too, but I’m about to do it some more now.

in Burano
in Burano–clearly he was as taken by the setting as I was

Or maybe it’s how I get affected when viewing art. I began seeing beads and lace everywhere after going to Murano and Burano.

On the vaporeto back from Burano and Murano, one woman is wearing lace. The other is wearing many beads.
On the vaporeto back from Burano and Murano, one woman is wearing lace. The other is wearing many beads.

Don’t they just fit in the setting so beautifully?

Outside Palazzo Mora; The European Cultural Centre; Personal Structures, Crossing Borders
Outside Palazzo Mora; The European Cultural Centre; Personal Structures, Crossing Borders

The ones below represent the many I took of this group of tourists. They were extraordinarily diligent about following directions of the photographer. I think that a similar group from the states or Italy or Israel would not have been so patient.

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in Burano

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Here’s perhaps my favorite of the group. The mum (English, as it turned out) didn’t think about how the girls were dressed in the pattern of the Murano beads. I asked! Click on the photo to get a really good look. And Mum was also dressed for the occasion, don’t you think?

Girls in the Glass Shop, Murano
Girls in the Glass Shop, Murano

Wait! Was I supposed to show how people match the art?

Okay. These are from the Biennale.

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at the caffe
at the caffe. Seriously, not set up in advance.

I think I will look at how people were dressed in the streets of Venice in another post. All was colorful; not all was easy.

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