Bodies

art, creativity, travel

Sculpting is an incredible art. It is such a gift to be able to take a raw material and be able to chisel, pinch, bend, and who knows what else, into something beautiful. I like walking around them and finding ways to find either an emotion I’m getting from it that the sculptor intended a viewer to feel, or finding an emotion I think it exudes. Below are a few photos from my travels that stuck out for me.

A woman in rapture:

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Museo Nacional de Arte, Mexico City (May 2016)

 

Play time:

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de Young Museum, San Francisco (November 2014)

 

Heavy thoughts at the river:

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Whistler, Canada (July 2016)

 

I’m ready for my close-up:

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Musee du Louvre, Paris (March 2014)

 

No one’s supposed to know:

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Musee Rodin, Paris (March 2014)

Mad Campus at the University of Washington

art

These are photos of some of the Mad Campus sculptures on the University of Washington campus. They will be up through October 25, 2014.

More information here and a map of their locations:
Mad Art
The Stranger article

Burnt Into Time Brian Widmaier

Burnt Into Time
Brian Widmaier

Global Bloblem Paul Komada

Global Bloblem
Paul Komada

Hortus Curiosus Saya Moriyasu & Maki Tamura

Hortus Curiosus
Saya Moriyasu & Maki Tamura

Hortus Curiosus (detail) Saya Moriyasu & Maki Tamura

Hortus Curiosus (detail)
Saya Moriyasu & Maki Tamura

Lone Stranger (Inflated) Piper O'Neill

Lone Stranger (Inflated)
Piper O’Neill

Relics of Experience Evan Blackwell

Relics of Experience
Evan Blackwell

Relics of Experience (Detail) Evan Blackwell

Relics of Experience (Detail)
Evan Blackwell

Sentinel Kevin McCarthy

Sentinel
Kevin McCarthy

Six Swans Tory Franklin

Six Swans
Tory Franklin

Wave Sine W. Scott Trimble

Wave Sine
W. Scott Trimble

Wave Sine W. Scott Trimble

Wave Sine
W. Scott Trimble

Untitled Alyson Piskorowski

Untitled
Alyson Piskorowski