Sunday, December 02, 2007

The Cage


This sculpture on the lawn near the O'Shaughnessy Science Hall on Summit Avenue has a plaque. To learn more about the sculptor, click here and here.

10 comments:

  1. What an interesting sculpture.

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  2. I must make a confession, to you Kate, and that is: I like this piece.

    Also...

    I wanted to describe the White Porcelain Duck I photographed this morning. I did put a picture of it on my Birds Blog as it is a new species I think.

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  3. It might be a cage, but might it not be a symbol of an animal? We have one not unlike it symbolizing a king on a horse. In any case - special.

    PS Thank you for nice comments!

    PPS "The old that is strong does not wither" ,-)

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  4. Beautiful piece & equally beautifully captured shots too!

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  5. If that were situated just right with the sun, it could be retrofitted to capture some energy, thus serving two purposes - art and function.

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  6. St. Paul must be full of such interesting visuals, you manage to capture so many of these beauties, I'm imagining a sea of sculptures by now.

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  7. I like that... looks like steel to me.. STEEL GOOD... lol.
    Yes, this is neat, and I am always glad to see metal sculptures displayed, thus supporting that media.
    Thanks,
    Wayne

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  8. Nice composition and an interesting picture. I'll have to look up the information about The Cage.

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  9. I clicked "here and here" and I now know something about this artist with a very personal style!

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  10. Hmmm... It certainly makes an interesting photo op. Although I don't easily understand modern art. Many do, and that's wonderful.

    Mari-Nanci

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