Now the good news. The art gods of the universe seemed to want to balance things out by offering up a nice art surprise on my way out of town. (It's not Creative Time, but it certainly was art where I least expected it.) There's an Alexander Calder piece, Pittburgh, that had been on loan to the Guggeheim Bilbao for a couple of years. It was returned to it's home over the last year in the Pittburgh Airport. It had been a pretty rewarding visit to the Iron City art-wise with visits to the Warhol Museum, the Mattress Factory, and two galleries in town (Wood Street Galleries and SPACE) so this was a nice way to wrap things up. Like the gift that it was.