Karl Saliter: Sculptor at Large
Yesterday my good friend Nick and I enjoyed the hell out of installing this piece, just a few miles away from the gallery where it was shown. 1,032 more words
1 month ago
After a good stay at the Ober Gallery in Kent, CT, “Moving Portal” made a move last weekend.
The Recharging Station in Bethel, CT will host the piece, priced at a modest $4200, and the front lawn is a perfect match for the work. 139 more words
1 month, 2 weeks ago
To-ing and Fro-ing in France
As I mentioned before, Brittany has an extremely long, indented coastline and much of their history and economy has been tied to the sea—and still is in certain places, especially with fishing and oyster farms. 339 more words
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Gorgeous garden art is my thing for today. Don’t you just love this beautiful grey slate Globe Sculpture by Joe Smith?
Oversized art in my – very tiny – garden: fabulous, dahlings, don’t you think?
Happy weekend days,
2 months, 3 weeks ago
Yesterday we drove down to Currumbin to view the “Swell” Sculpture festival, which showcases sculpture in an outdoor setting, on, or surrounding Currumbin Beach. 91 more words
I explained about the Seoul Olympic Park and the World Peace Gate in the previous post. Here I’ll focus on a few of the other sculptures dotted around. 403 more words
3 months, 2 weeks ago
Runes in the Sand
Actual rune like carvings found on Hawaiian beach. Should I rename my blog to “Carvings Under the Sand”? That of course holds a different meaning (more on that in the about section). 92 more words
3 months, 3 weeks ago