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Thursday, July 19, 2012

Public Art

This weeks theme for Friday My Town Shoot Out is about public art. Here are the few sculptures that I so love to photograph that you could found at Frederick Miejers Sculptures and Garden Park.

                                               Arnaldo Pomodoro (Italian, born 1926)
                         Disk in the Form of a Desert Rose, 1993-94 (cast 1999-2000), Bronze

                                 By: Alexander Liberman (American, Born Russia, 1912-1999)
                                                              Painter Steel, 1979-1983

                                                                    By: Dietrich Klinge

In Frederick Meijers Sculpture and Garden Parks you could find many beautiful sculptures like this. These are just the few but I will post all of them here soon. ^_^ One news that I would love to tell is that Frederick Meijers is going to have a Japanese Garden soon!! This will be open 2015 and I can't wait to see it for now i am excited! ^_^

                                                    Here is my favorite of all THE KISS

                                                         The Kiss, conceived 1880, Bronze
                                                 By: Auguste Rodin (American, 1840-1917)

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Unknown said...

They are very progressive. Very modern. Like the first one the best.

shabby girl said...

Love, love, love The Kiss! Beautiful. I also love your first photo, as well!

Barb said...

Great photography. Yes, my favorite is the Kiss, too.

Jama said...

My favorite photo is of the statues kissing too, so beautiful.

Suburban Girl said...

The 1st one is so unique. It makes me wonder what the story behind it is. It makes me think of something aliens left behind. :)

Bagman and Butler said...

I love the modern stuff and the composition of the first picture, particularly grabs me -- as if some alien thing were coming out of the woods. Bagman, of course, favors the Kiss.

GingerV said...

I love the first one, I know I can't tell an artist what to name his work but I think it should be named "birth of the industrial age"

Pauline said...

Isn't it amazing the different things people see in a piece of art. I thought I knew what the first one was straight away - an alien planet bursting through earth! The Kiss is beautiful! But the one that held my attention for the longest was the Untitled work. Half woman? half snake? - perhaps the Greek Echidna?

DawnTreader said...

The last one is classically beautiful; the 'modern' ones are interesting in their own way, I can see that you could have a lot of fun walking around them with a camera!

joy said...

Wow, these arts were are really eye catching especially the kiss. Looking forward seeing more KIm. Thanks!

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