What took us so long to come here? Storm King Art Center has long been high on our list of places to visit, but it took a field trip organized by Mia’s preschool in which lots of parents took off work to come along, to finally get us up there. Let’s just say that these photos, or any photos, don’t do the place justice – you really need to stand in the middle of the field, with these amazing sculptures around you, to fully comprehend the magnitude of experiencing art without any walls or ceilings. The 500 acre outdoor museum is nestled in the Hudson, about an hour and a half away from NYC and it was the perfect place to celebrate the near-end of preschool as the program seems to mirror and share the same spirit and philosophies as the Art Center. I need to go back, however, and spend more time with a few installations that we just breezed by, Maya Lin’s Bodies of Water, and especially Andy Goldworthy’s Wall. But the beauty of Storm King? It changes with the seasons and the weather. We went on a foggy, overcast day which made the skies quite dramatic, but I can’t wait to see it in the Fall.