Saturday, November 15, 2008

Public Art #5-Harmony VII

The artist for "Harmony VII" is Daniel Kainz. Scroll backwards through the week to see the other four I have posted.

22 comments:

  1. Hello pretty Kate !

    Always nice photo, here...

    See You later !

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  2. This looks like a magnet for kids. Very interesting pieces you have posted this week Kate.

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  3. I like the title of this art piece. It says it all.

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  4. I like this, very stylish!

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  5. The exterior texture and color remind me of a glacier. The curve makes it interesting.

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  6. This is my favourite so far...it's interesting, I like the colour. I wasn't entirely convinced about the Warrior one which to me anyway was a little "clunky"

    PS Not my birthday sadly. I've already experienced my 50th!

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  7. This is definitely my favorite! Give me a big old piece of granite any day! No, I'm serious! I really like it a lot!

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  8. je découvre cette exposition, vraiment très surprenante et très originale.

    I discovered this exhibition really surprising and very original.

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  9. I really like the shape! Although it is massive, those curves make the big rock look very elegant.

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  10. Interesting sculpture. I love this series of photos.

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  11. Lovely sculpture view with a bit of sunlight and some shadows.

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  12. Nice photos and amazing sculptures! Great series!

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  13. I like this one a lot! And you took it at a perfect angle.

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  14. I do like outside art installation. Whether I like a piece or not it's the fact that art can nbe ina public place for all to enjoy and discuss. eat virtual walk around these pieces.

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  15. interestingly carved sculpture!

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  16. About the totem like sculpture: Totem poles as a permanent display are not associated with ABoriginal culture. However, I understand some groups carve and decorate such poles as part of funeral rituals and they are then left to weather and rot (hence there not being many in existence)

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  17. I like this contrast between the rough part and the smooth one.

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  18. That a great photo. So strong, and impressive.

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  19. I do like this. I wasn't so sure about the previous one called 'frame.' art is so subjective isn't it? Just think it wonderful when we get to see such art out of doors.

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  20. Gosh it is nice and took a bit of work to complete. I can never complain about art in the public because the artist sold it and it is on display.

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  21. Whether you like it or not - art often gives good reasons to discussion - is in my mind not the most important. The major thing is that some place is given to our contemporary artists!

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  22. I like this oh so very much. A beautiful sculpture.

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