Inspired by Frank at Dutch goes the Photo. The prompt: Overhead
During a recent visit to the Currier Gallery of Art in Manchester, NH, I noticed this steel sculpture next to the front entrance.
Its moving parts caught my attention in the slight breeze…
as I stood underneath to catch them in motion…
Inspired by Frank at Dutch goes the Photo. The prompt: Sculpture
During my visit to the Shelburne Museum (in Shelburne, Vermont) last month, I was blown away by the circus exhibit. Or rather…the entire building full of circus exhibits.
Upon entering the Circus Building, a large glassed-in area displays an entire three-ring circus of tiny hand carved wooden sculptures. The photographs below give just a hint at the genius and beauty of this vast work of art. I highly recommend viewing it in person.
The official description:
The Kirk Brothers Circus is a miniature three-ring circus, complete with an audience, comprised of more than 3,500 pieces. Edgar Kirk fashioned the figures over a period of forty years using only a treadle jigsaw and penknife.
Cee’s Challenge topic this week is Color of your Choice
This time of year I am more than ready for bright colors…
With just a touch of black and white…
This majestic sculpture, created by Mark di Suvero, greets visitors at the entrance to the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, NH.
This view – from the ground looking up – captures just a portion of its 36 foot height…
On a perfect summer day.