Hi everyone. I hope you are having a wonderful weekend.
In Friday's post, I showed you this photo, and I promised you an answer for this piece. Let's see if you guessed what this sculpture is depicting.
How did you do?
I'm sharing some more photos of the sculptures from Andres Institute of art today. I hope you are still enjoying them. There are more than 80 sculptures here, and even though we didn't see them all, we did see many of them. I thought since the sculptors only had 3 weeks to complete their pieces, the sculptures are really well done.
And if you prefer a different sailing craft, here is another.
And here's a few more pieces to view.
This next sprite like sculpture, very small in size, was part of 6 pieces called the Witches. We couldn't find all 6 , but we did look.
I'm not sure I like this next sculpture but it is aptly titled.
Had this next sculpture been designed because of the shape of the rocks that make it up? (With a bit of cutting of course).
We saw this next one but never found any info about it. It's very different from most of the ones we saw, and I still can't figure out if these are cubes or maybe even old fashioned TVs.
I wanted better photos of this next statue (below) as I thought it was interesting. However, when we arrived, a small group arrived from the other direction, and they were very chatty. They were from Florida and were mostly complaining how hilly the park (and New Hampshire) was in general. We had to laugh. I think one reason they stopped was because they had to catch their breath as they were walking up the hill.
We also took notice how chatty they were. That is NOT a bad thing in any way, but us New Englanders are pretty laconic and keep to ourselves. Most people say "hello" or "nice day" and pass by. It was fun to actually have a conversation with some other visitors. My photos aren't great because they kept hanging out next to the sculpture, and I didn't want to include them in my photos.
Here's a few more random pieces.
This next name goes with the photo below it.
And finally for today's post, this one, whose name I can't exactly remember, was something like connections to my father.
Hope you are enjoying these armchair visits. I think I have one more post left of photos. Since new art challenges are starting during this upcoming week, I'll save that for next weekend.
Have a great start to the new week.