The Menil Collection, located in the Houston Museum District, is home to the permanent collection of John and Dominique de Menil.
The collection displays exhibitions that range from antiquities to modern and contemporary art.
There are several buildings on the campus. The main building is a beautiful structure created by the Italian architect Renzo Piano.
At first sight I was immediately enamored with the simple design that combined grey cedar siding, rhythmic white bungalow rafters and large expanses of glass.
This photograph represents a slice of the Menil building’s architecture juxtaposed against the campus’s lush green lawn.
The final piece is printed using archival pigment inks on thick fine art paper and framed using museum quality materials.