Sunday, August 16, 2009

Outdoor Sculpture



At the College of Creative Studies and the Scarab Club (almost next
door to each other in the Cultural District of Detroit.)

11 comments:

Jacob said...

I like both of these sculptures even though I don't have a clue as to what they might mean.

And I must say that your photos again are superb. Love the lighting and the sharpness. Gotta be sharp!

I love to shoot at dusk or early evening or during that 5 minute span when the sky and earth meet!

Mary, I know about your poetry blog...I've just been so damn busy I haven't been able to spend much time there...but I will! I promise!

Rose said...

I too like the crispness of the edges...and the lighting.

TheRandomTraveler said...

I would guess the first one is possibly a lawn chair, I can't even guess for the other one...

V said...

V!

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Jacob, thanks! You might not like my poetry. It is very different than yours.

Rose and Random, thank you!

V--these must be just for you!

Marie said...

Your photos are very beautiful. I think your husband bring much "humanity" to the very "strict" looking sculptures.

B SQUARED said...

Nice art work. So life-like.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Thanks Marie and B! I assume yr joking, B.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

My husband has a lot of "humanity" and I will show him again tomorrow!

Marie said...

I hope I didn't use the wrong term (humanity) :-))) I meant that the sculpture is very dehumanized (compared to the statues by Rodin, Maillol or Bourdelle, or those of Ed Hamilton, whom I met in Louisville and whom I consider one of the best human beings I ever met). Tu comprends?

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Oui, tres bien!

Je comprend.