We were at the John Michael Kohler Art Center and the event in their auditorium looked to be classy.
No air of hurriedly made arrangements.
Just a hint of true Wisconsin crept in with the golden shotgun shell boutonnieres.
But the exhibit of the season was Wisconsin through and through.
"Seeing Wisconsin" had elements of the old curiosity cabinet.
And a long view of what the deer sees while the hunter is trying to see him.
But the famed art center attractions that people come from near and far to see.
The ones that remain as the galleries undergo change of artist and theme several times a year are the washrooms.
Artists, with support of Kohler and use of their foundry were invited to create the washrooms of their dreams.
This one near the main entrance is called simple "The Women's Room".
If you go to Sheboygan to go to the Art Center make sure you "gotta go" cause you are going to want to see them all.
And, this is one place where gender will not keep anyone out of the "ladies" or "gents" as a kindly docent would be happy to help you investigate any of the facilities as long as the "coast is clear" of anyone trying to actually do their business in any of them.
Go! Have a look in the loo. And then go some more.