Sunday, December 23, 2007
Sunday Art Review: Metalworks
above: This is in downtown Providence, RI along Memorial Boulevard. One portion of the circle has shiny, scale like metal and the other side is contrasted by smooth, hard, angular jagged type cut work.
above: This sculpture, set in a pool of water is at the front entrance to the McCallum Theatre in Palm Desert. It is a well polished shiny steel with sexy curves and free form type shape. The water fountains and up lighting make this a stunning piece.
above: This is located on North Palm Canyon Drive in Palm Springs. It is art with function. Although not shown in this photograph, each of these metal tubes have water that flow through them. Each colored tube slowly fills up with water and gently glides down, allowing the water to majestically flow out and back into the pool below.
above: Located in front of the Palm Canyon Theatre in Palm Springs, this may not seem very sophisticated, but it is quite stimulating, and whimsical.
above: I did not take this photo. This is titled "Sounding Sculpture", by artist Harry Bertoia. It is part of the permanent collection at The Palm Springs Art Museum. The artist was fascinated with sound from metal pieces in various shapes and sizes.
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