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Sunday, April 26, 2020

Sunday Selfies at NC Museum of Art


I hope you enjoy some of the sculptures that caught my eye.
Some I have info on some I don't 


 The 3 photos of the same sculpture made me smile
It could be so many things.
The solitary sculpture in front of the reflecting pool 
3 Human bodies and critter heads

Reflecting pool in Rodin Garden with lily pads 

 If I saw Abstract Fishies 1, 2 and 3 I didn't know it


Blooper alert: This was supposed to be a photo of
"Large Standing Figure"...
Evidently I forgot to snap the sculpture; no worries
I captured 2 large standing shadows.
MOLMOL

18 comments:

  1. We love the reflecting pool and sculpture, but are deeply shocked that you failed to include Henry Moore's 'Large Standing Figure' in your photo. Gail tells me that her Granny went to school in Castleford, Yorkshire with Henry Moore, and apparently he was known there for his appreciation of the shape of girls' calves.(Although I am not sure that I believe that story!)
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie.

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  2. Hari OM
    Hhehehehe - the blooper is art in itself. LOVE the 'fish' and pool. Simple and elegant. YAM xx

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  3. Such interesting sculptures. Love the waterlilies!

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  4. i am not a huge fan of abstract art, but some of these appeal to me, the one you took 3 views of I like, it somehow makes me think of the sea and dolphins.. it is a beautiful place. the 3 red lines looks like a fancy cell tower.. maybe they could make sculptures instead of ugly cell towers.

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  5. hahaha, I was wondering about the last shot. What neat places you have been able to go to take some awesome pictures.

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  6. I picked 'fish' before I read your commentary. Once years ago while in the Art Gallery I saw a small 3-legged stool hanging from the ceiling. It was an artistic friend who said the 'art' was the shadow....

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  7. Very interesting sculptures. XO

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  8. Great photos - especially the one of the "two large standing shadows" (Tee Hee)

    Hugs, Pam

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  9. I love Rodin's work and sculptures in general.

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  10. Some very interesting art but that last picture cracked us up. We think "2 large standing shadows" is a great piece of art too. BOL!

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  11. You are doing a marvelous job of keeping was keeping us cultured.

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  12. Oh, I loves the sculptures! Thank you so much for letting us come along on your adventures! I agree, the last pic was the most creative! BOL!!
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  13. The Abstract Fish are pretty cool, but the statue in the Roden garden is just plain creepy.

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  14. You sure do find some really pretty places!

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  15. Sculptures are so cool and I love these!

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