This is the second part of my Milwaukee Art Museum series. The first part was of the exterior of the museum, these photographs focus on the interior. Walking into the atrium, I was immediately showered in light. It was open and inviting. I could not help myself but to look up in Windhover Hall. There was a sense of movement that was conveyed in the architecture. Everywhere I looked, there was a different scene that captured me. That tapped me on the shoulder and drew me near. I was not focused on the whole of the building but the intimate moments, the fragments, that when put together created the final story; the story of the Milwaukee Art Museum. Like A Touch of Autumn, I turned these pictures into a small photography book in which you can download here.