There are many fun things to do in Washington D.C, and Renwick Gallery is one of the best. We had to line two blocks away from the gallery just to enter. Then again, long waiting line for the ‘Wonder Exhibit’, which my little girls didn’t mind waiting in the line at all. If National Gallery is where we look into a paining/art work and read the story inside the painting, feel the emotion that painting is giving it to us, here, it was 3D art work reading our experience and bring out our emotions. Each of us has general but so uniquely different life experience, so after ‘wow’ it is so pretty, our individual emotion and thoughts get filtered by these artwork. So my little girls wondered if she was in the bird nest when she was in Patrick Dougherty’s Shindig and explored here and there. Huge index files made them wonder what is an index card and why is this an art? Echelman’s woven sculpture made waiting less boring and more exciting. And in the Midnight Garden by Jennifer Angus, we stayed in almost an hour enjoying the decorative wall design as well as the fine details of each bugs. And we went through each of the open drawer of the chest. After a fun day in the gallery, my girls told their favorite is the rainbow art work which is the Plexus A1. I find this interesting, because we passed this room really fast, as there were too many people. So… I guess feeling the beauty is universal and may be 3 seconds is also enough to distinguish the feeling of likeness.