Sunday, August 3, 2008

Sunday Art Review: Garden Scupture

I've always been pleasantly surprised when I encounter some form of art in an outdoor garden. It is an unexpected feast for the mind, and catches you off guard, so to speak. I was strolling through a private garden recently and discovered a series of pathways with all sorts of wonderful sculpture. I had been slowly meandering, smelling flowers, enjoying the well manicured shrubbery, when I caught sight of this stone sculpture. My brain had been processing plant life and soft flowers, so I had to shift my thinking when I saw this. It was intriguing and drew me closer. Here, I found my inspiration for this week's Sunday Art Review: Garden Sculpture. I hope you enjoy this week's post.

above: I've already forgotten what this one was called, so let's just say "Abstract"

above: "Proud Crane"

above: "Peter Pelican"

above: "Society Friends". Thanks for stopping by today!

-Rick Rockhill


Olivia said...

I love sculpture, as you know. It's almost the only thing I want to capture at exhibitions.

The proud crane is my favorite. There is an elegance to those silent lines.

Tea N. Crumpet said...

Society Friends reminds me of the Girl Scout logo. I love the Proud Crane-- first because it's a crane, and second because of the line. Is it art deco?


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