The sky is the daily bread of the eyes…

“We believe in puppet theater as a wholesome and powerful language that can touch men and women and children alike, and we hope that our plays are true and are saying what has to be said, and that they add to your enjoyment and enlightenment.”      – Peter Schumann

This post is the continuing story of my trip to Bread and Puppet Theater in Glover, Vermont. You can read the first installment and check out other photos here.

The most fascinating and all-consuming aspect of Bread & Puppet for me is the museum… most of these photos were taken there…

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Don’t forget to look up to the high ceiling of the museum!

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Peaceful faces, swords, mythical creatures… so much for the imagination.

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Everywhere you turn a face is watching you, studying your moves…

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Ah, more hands… I have a fascination with hands.

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The Woodshed Gallery – where many of the wonderful banners, notecards, postcards and posters can be purchased for very reasonable prices.

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The Papier Mache Cathedral & Dirt Floor Theater is covered with wonderful banners…

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Looking back toward the large museum building I spotted these characters watching me…

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