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Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Sculptures @ Elmwood Park

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Straight ahead is a new sculpture exhibit...I'll show you a few:
Ask The Fish 2.0 by Stephen Fairfield of Arizona

Life Cycle by Hannah Jubran of North Carolina

Sustain by Charlie Brouwer of Virginia

Rising Puzzle by Jacob Smith of Virginia

These will only be on display for 18 months so get on down there to check them out!

For a short video featuring discussion on the pieces CLICK HERE and for more on these pieces plus the others CLICK HERE

21 comments:

  1. the fish-in-the-hand is cool. i like the picture puzzle piece(s), too. :)

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  2. I like the puzzle sculpture! Always fun to check out public art.

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  3. My absolute favorite is Rising Puzzle!

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  4. Very interesting, indeed. That poor fish looks like it's getting squeezed too hard!

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  5. Very cool- I think the last two are my favorites.

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  6. Love these city sculptings and especially the fish in the hand.

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  7. The one by Brouwer reminds me of another sculpture near the Airport/Valley View Mall where the bike trail begins.

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  8. Rising Puzzle really appeals to me!

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  9. I really like fish so I have to love the first one!

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  10. Nice collection. I'm will Mr Kendall - like that puzzle for sure.

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  11. I love stuff like this! Thanks for the tour.

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  12. i love the fish & those puzzle pieces. so cool!! very creative. ( :

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  13. Interesting pieces, especially the puzzle.

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  14. Very beautiful sculptures, Tanya!
    Thanks for your comment on my posts.
    Have a Wonderful Day!
    Peace :)

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  15. I love public art. I hope these works are going to new "homes" when they are finished here.

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  16. Wonderful sculptures! I enjoyed seeing them. That first one reminded me of when our grandson caught a trout in his hands in Colorado! It was about that size (not the size of the sculpture...the size compared to the hand! :-) )

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  17. I love public art, but a few of these have me scratching my head. A fist gripping a fish? Why? Puzzle pieces lifting off? Why?

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