In addition to the sculptures displayed in the Nasher Sculpture Center gardens featured on a previous post, the inside of the museum also featured an amazing and playful display of artist Jaume Plensa’s work.  Art patrons and homeowners from Oak Lawn, Swiss Avenue, and Highland Park enjoyed walking through the exhibition’s curtain of strung letters traversing the entrance of the museum and viewing the artist’s use of letters, light, and human forms to create unique and fascinating sculptures and art.  The citizens of Dallas have a long history of great appreciation for modern art and architecture.