Normally I only post my own photos of sculpture I had seen and touched.
This one is different.
This one is special.
This one is a long long way from my sod of turf
You need to visit my friend Col and please read down to the end of the post for the special suprise!
Then and only then, view the following video:
Thank you for that and the link to Col. I followed your instructions! What a remarkable piece of work that is! 🙂
I thought so as soon as I saw Col’s post. I would love to see it in reality.
Me too. Maybe in 2017! South Africa is on my wish list for then! 🙂
How wonderful. Hope the wish comes to fruition.
Wonderful “free form” sculpture illustrating the art of illusion ~ on closer inspection the form is not as “free” as we thought. Thanks, GM
I knew it deserved a wider audience.
Wow. How is it that I never even heard of that sculpture before? It’s incredible.
Welcome jo(e) to my blog. I had never herd of the Sculptor or his work, before Col wrote about it!
Wow, You wouldn’t think when first looking at it what would happen. Really striking to look at. The thunder and lightning added to it. Enjoyed going out to lunch. the food looked so good. thank you so much for sharing.
That was why I suggested reading Col’s post first. The video showed it in the reverse order, but gave a great feeling of the place.
Amazing – what a wonderful tribute to him, loved it.
I thought it was worth sharing.
I’d never heard about the sculpture either. It’s very clever.
I was fascinated when Iread about it and new I had to share it.