Saturday, April 12, 2014

Sculptured Beauty



An Allan Houser
Sculpture at the Wheelwright Museum
A Master Artist

Linked to CameraCritters

24 comments:

  1. Cool sculpture! Thank you for sharing and linking up your critters, have a happy weekend!

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  2. Fantastic sculpture, at least to my way of thinking. I love the movement and the story the sculpture suggests.

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  3. I agree. Enjoying your shot. Wonderful sculpture.

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  4. It sets nicely into its surroundings.

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  5. Love to see public, outside art. Very nice.

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  6. what a great sculpture and creative saturday critter... hope all is well. have a great day~

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  7. beautiful setting for that wonderful sculpture!

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  8. I'd recognize his style anywhere.

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  9. What a rwonderful sculpture. The way the woman moves and her hair are so excellent.

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  10. That's a wonderful sculpture. And such an amazing location for it.

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  11. Beautiful sculpture and beautiful photograph!

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  12. Love the sculpture, the colors, and that great sky. NIcely done. This, I would think, is a shepherdess. Right?

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  13. I like the sculpture very much.

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  14. These goats look very well behaved!

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  15. I agree with Birdman: it's nice to see public art outside like this. It's such a nice sculpture I can't imagine it anywhere BUT outside.

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  16. So nice! I suspect this was a familiar scene in his early life.

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  17. I was at the symphony in Naples last night and wandered around the sculpture courtyard during the intermission. There was a very good Allen Houser sculpture there. I thought of Santa Fe and you.

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  18. I just love sculptures like this, and set against that southwest background...

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  19. There is a lot going on here. Blue ski, mountains in the distance, adobe structure and a wonderful work of art....nice

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  20. He is definitely one of my favourite sculptors. This is absolutely marvellous.

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  21. This is an absolute favourite of mine. I hope I can see it in person some day.

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  22. I agree with all above Kate this is a wonderful piece of sculpture.

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