With the weather playing all sorts of games, it may feel difficult to get out of the house. Thankfully, Monet: The Immersive Experience arrives in the next few weeks, offering the perfect indoor activity for those rainy days.
The exhibit features Claude Monet’s most iconic pieces of art, from Impression, Sunrise (1827) and Woman with a Parasol (1875) to the incredible Water Lilies series. Every brushstroke of Monet’s oeuvre comes to life and takes over the walls of Rhode Island Center on February 16 — the opportunity to discover and rediscover the impressionist’s work.
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Making your way through the exhibit, you’ll find a walk-through segment on Monet’s life that lays everything out on the table. So many things you didn’t know about the artist come to light, granting you new insights into his very own mind and creativity. The painter got inspiration from his stunning gardens in Giverny, Normandy. You’ll find a replica of Monet’s fairy-like garden bridge at the new exhibit, with all of its flowers, ferns and branches. It’s the perfect photo-op!
After these installations, it’s time to enter the projection room, where you’ll find 360-degree video mapping that brings life to Monet’s paintings. It’s a new way of witnessing his art in true multisensory fashion that you won’t want to miss.
Monet: The Immersive Experience has stopped in cities like London, Los Angeles, Albany and Cincinnati. Now that it’s on its way to D.C., check out what past visitors had to say about it:
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Very cool effects, great portrayal of Monets art and peaceful atmosphere” Robert M.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “The vr and immersion experiences were fantastic. Definitely recommend this exhibit. It truly takes at least the recommended 80 minutes plus. Fun for adults and kids. A must see!” Linda W.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “We had attended the Van Gogh exhibition and we loved them both. The virtual reality really adds so much to the experience, and its fun to color one of Monets pieces and add them to the wall.” Margie V.