Photos taken at the Fin-de-Siecle Museum, Brussels, Belgium.
Walking around in Brussels, I spotted this beautiful sculpture at a gallery window. I used the reflections from the street and the trees around it to create an abstract image of the sculpture embracing nature. Unfortunately it was Sunday and the gallery was closed, so I couldn’t find out the name of the artist.
That’s an Odd Ball if I’ve ever seen one…
Sometimes, when photographing artwork, especially large pieces, I feel compelled to “deconstruct” them in order to better convey the richness of the work.The fountain “Power of the Sea,” by Austrian sculptor Rudolf Weyr, at Michaelerplatz next to the Hofburg Palace in Vienna, is one of them.
Photo taken at The Broad Museum, Los Angeles, CA. This photographer forgot to take down the name of the artist. Bad…
At the intersection of Wilshire and Ocean boulevards in Palisades park, a statue of Santa Monica stands on a heart-shaped patch of grass. The 18-ft. high Art Deco Sculpture was sculpted in 1934 by Eugene Morahan as a Public Works of Art project and presented to the citizens of Santa Monica by the Federal Government. The statue faces Wilshire Blvd. as if welcoming visitors to the park.