Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Grounds For Sculpture...Part 3

If you missed any of the earlier posts on our trip to 
Part 1 can be found here, Part 2 can be found here
Today I am sharing the art on the grounds that I did not really understand,
the abstract art.
Lucky for us, we had our own personal tour guide, so he explained all of it.
Lucky for you, I can't remember any of it!














And we'll close with this great picture of the hubs!
We ate at an awesome restaurant called "Rats", I'll save those pictures for a rainy day.

18 comments:

  1. What an amazing place...loved the last picture with the big arch!

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  2. It really looks like a cool place. The mod sculptures aren't my thing, but some of the others are fascinating.

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  3. i appreciate abstract art for the open interpretations they can invoke. i don't always get the 'message' the artist intended, however. your comment made me laugh. :)

    the one in photo #6, i think, looks like a stack of dog treats/chews. :)

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  4. Very nice, Debbie! Even though we don't really know what some represent, they're very interesting (especially the hubs). LOL

    xoxo

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  5. Oh wait! Restaurant named Rats - eeewwwww :)

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  6. Incredibly fascinating, my friend. Love that first picture :) And I did miss #2 so I am headed there now.... Hugs!

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  7. Oh my gosh, this is just my kind of place. I did miss all the other photos but I'm heading on through your old posts now! Thanks for sharing this lovely place with us.

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  8. WOW!!!... I love the pergola one my other favourite is the people in the park!

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  9. Wow Pretty interesting. I would like a few in my front yard.

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  10. Hello, I think they are all neat sculptures. I see a few that are favorites. Great shot of your hubby! Enjoy your day!

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  11. I laughed at your "forgetfulness"! I think the first one is my favorite. I like the way it's built! Sometimes I think only the artist really knows what their creation means.

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  12. I really liked the first photograph, of course you do need so much space for sculptures like these.

    Nice photo of hubs to finish with, and isn't that arch huge!

    Enjoy the rest of your week.

    All the best Jan

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  13. You really are a persistent lady! But you always have a smile on your face. This is one fascinating sculpture park, a lot of variety. It all looked internesting to me. Sorry about the bird poop though! Good to be back visiting you.

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  14. What a greast variety of different sculptures Debbie

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  15. Yes, your comment made me laugh, too! I love the line, and the shapes and creativity. You just don't need to understand it.

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  16. Wow that was an amazing bunch of "art" - So abstract and yet quite cool looking.

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  17. Abstract art isn't my favorite and I would need some explanations on these but they are beautiful in their own way. There is a lot of creativity that goes into this kind of art sculptures so I do appreciate that. I think I loved the photo of that sweet hubs of yours best. I also love your humor; it is the best. Blessings and hugs!

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