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Friday, May 30, 2014

FSO-theme- Sculpture

Friday shoot out

There are many sculpture in Bernheim Forest just down the road from us.
All of them are made from natural products.

This bronze of Stephen Collins Foster is located in the garden of
My Old Kentucky Home
where it is said he wrote Jeanne with The Light
Brown Hair.

This bronze is located in front of the local hospital, donated by a private family.
Jesus the Good Shepherd.

This was also donated by a family.
Jesus the healer, located in the hospital garden.

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Scriptor Senex said...

I like them all but the last one is my favourite - it has real life about it.

Alexa T said...

Oh... I love so much the art statues and in our local parks I also have the habit to make photos to keep a remembrance!!... Beautiful, indeed!! Have a sunny day of friday! Alexa T

La Petite Gallery said...

Peggy this is beautiful. wish I had a beautiful park close to me.
Enjoy the Sun . yvonne

Tomoko said...

What lovely sculptures they are!!!I love them all and think of their stories. Thank you for sharing.

Pauline said...

They are all lovely and I agree with Scriptor, the last one is very realistic. The body language tells the story.

stardust said...

They look like real people made into motionless sculptures enchanted by some magical power. Made from natural products, the statues are part of nature not only in design but also in material. Thanks for sharing.

Barb said...

How generous of the family to donate such a quality bronze work.

DawnTreader said...

I like that last one too, in the way it combines 'history' and present time (I mean Jesus dressed in the traditional clothes of his time on earth, but the girl in modern dress, and yet communicating)