Hi everyone. Happy end of the work week to you.
Today for Nicole's Friday Face Off I have some photos. Here are some handsome and fascinating faces I saw at the deCordova Sculpture Gardens when I visited with my friend last week.
The eyes in this next piece really drew me in. This sculpture tells so many different stories (to me) I'm glad I didn't read the blurb about it. Is he sad, contemplating something, just watching the world pass him by, or maybe even something else?
This next statue was named Humming.
I didn't expect the pony tail.
Or maybe you prefer abstract faces.
Or very traditional looking sculpture faces.
Or maybe children at play in a glass structure are more your thing. (I didn't get the meaning of the glass structure piece, but the kids were cute.)
I am also linking up my post to Gillena's Friday Lunch Break Art Post.
Have a great start to your weekend everyone.
Happy weekend ahead 💚🌺
Good morning, wow these are awesome Erika thanks for sharing Happy Friday and weekend hugs from the lake
Wow, that first one is a bummer - so life like and beautiful.
Agreed - the last one is cute, but the meaning is unclear to me... But they´re all cute enough for hugs!
P.S have you seen I started with the review of the book you recommended (06:30 was not the time ;-)...)
Beautiful faces and sculptures! I love the 3rd one the most.
I am breathless with these sculptures. The first 2 are just stunning. Your are right the eyes on the second one pull me in. What a beautiful display. The kids are just too cute. Thank you for joining Friday Face Off.
Wow, these are all so beautiful. I'm always so impressed by sculptors' talents in creating faces and bodies. Thanks so much for sharing! Love the abstracts too! ☺
It must have been an esthetic experience viewing these amazing sculptures in person!
Great faces! I'm always amazed at the individual creative expressions of artists.
We have also been in this sculpture park and maybe will return in cooler weather. Outdoor sculpture gardens are far more interesting than being indoors in a museum.
These are great. LOVE the first face the best, but they are all brilliant in their own way. So glad you shared these, Erika.
interesting place and sculptures. My favorite is the Humming, much because of the beautiful rock, marble?
these are really stunning. Maybe the last one, the children behind the glass symbolizes the fragility of life. What would happen to the children if the glass shattered?
I hope you stayed cool today
Some fasinating faces Erika
Thanks for linking to Art For Fun Friday
Aw, I love Humming. Scuptures are a unique viewing experience and when they are huge like that, even cooler. Happy Sunday to you, xoxo
These are all fantastic. I love them!
What an amazing collection of interesting faces. I'm drawn to the "ponytail" one. I really like what you show us of these gardens, it looks like a wonderful place to visit.
Each piece is interesting and has appeal. As for the second face laying on the ground, I think he is laying there wondering what happened to the rest of him ... poor soul. I love reading my own stories into someone else's art because it always frustrates me not being able to know what the artist was thinking while he created it. Great face post, Erika ...
Andrea @ From the Sol
Fabulous photos I think I prefer the traditional ones, not sure I like the one with the children behind the glass, but it makes you think about protecting our youngsters.
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