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Posted by
Stephen Phillips (San Francisco, United States) on 25 May 2011 in Art & Design and Portfolio.

San Francisco Art Institute Graduate Art Exhibition - 2011

This is the main room as you enter the exhibit - but just a small part of the building. This building served as one of the aircraft hangers for the Pan Am Clipper sea planes that flew between San Francisco and Honolulu in the late 1930's.

Check out the Flying Clippers:

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Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

I hope they are beer barrells :-)

25 May 2011 8:40am

@Curly: Sorry to disappoint you, Curly - wine, wine, wine, wine, and more wine - which they were pouring at $10. a glass. I'd love 10% of this action...

Eric Cousineau from Sherwood Park, Canada

As for myself, I would prefer a bit of the grape! Nicely captured Stephen! ;-))

25 May 2011 11:28am

ripple from United Kingdom

interesting perspective : )

25 May 2011 12:23pm

Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

Great sense of the space - can hear the buzz. Interesting link to the 'Clippers, too . . those must have been very special days to those who afforded to enjoy them !

25 May 2011 12:57pm

@Ronnie 2¢: In the days before World War II - the people who could afford these flights were few among us. I am impressed at the four officers on the flight deck. I don't know how many folks would be serving in the cabins - but the crew to passenger ratio really harkens back to a time long gone.

Ralph Jones from Detroit, United States

I don't know about the cheese, but they won't be running out of wine for quite some time.

25 May 2011 1:17pm

barbod from rasht, Iran

very nice

25 May 2011 6:23pm

Denny Jump Photo from Easton, PA, United States

Ralph is so right! Man, look at tjhose barrels ;-) This is a great angle Stephen! You get to go to some really cool events - I think that is great...I miss that city....we need to get back, and soon!

25 May 2011 7:46pm