Public art is encompasses any form of art you see in a public place, large or small, statues, murals, graffiti, gardens, parks, etc. The art should be visible from streets, sidewalks or outdoor public places.
I’m pushing the envelope quite a bit here. You can’t see this public art from the street. You do have to pay to go in, but I was so far away from home, and this was such a fabulous place, I’m hoping you will allow me to slip up this week.
I am still struggling to get out, but I can walk again (with a walker). I get an MRI Wednesday to see what knee part I ripped up, and then on with treatment. Meanwhile the prescription is to walk around in the house.
I had a marvelous response from all of you on last week’s PPAC #7 “Carved Out for Kids.” Cee picked out the featured bloggers and says “thank you” to each of you for joining along in our challenge. Their posts really grabbed Cee’s attention. They are all worthy of a second or third look. Next week I will choose the PPAC Featured Bloggers from Cee’s participants this week.
Animal Art in Australia
The art I’m showing this week is either metal or wood sculpture. Some of these, like the first one got hidden in my myriads of pictures of real animals. But thanks to PPAC, I have a chance to resurrect it.
Painting and sculpture help other people to see what a wonderful world we live in.Henry Moore
Everything is sculpture. Any material, any idea without hindrance born into space, I consider sculpture.Isamu Noguchi
Why talk about sculpture when I can photograph it?Constantin Brancusi
This is my favorite quote so far.
- August Story Chat “A Dress for a Princess” by Wendy Fletcher. Hosted by Cathy Cade
- 10 Month Analysis of Story Chat
- #WQWWC #36 Mountains or Writer’s Choice
- #PPAC 8 runs Fridays through Thursday Link your post about public art to Cee’s or my post each week. Even weeks are Cee’s and mine are odd.
- Challenge Interview Series Do you know someone who hosts a challenge or enjoys participating in challenges? Please contact me for an interview.