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Sculpture Exhibition

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Visited the above today Wednesday,17th.at a local school.
They have one every year. The art exhibition was inside, no photos of this.

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I love the chickens. The three men sitting on a girder is called High Tea & the man on the stairs, Clean Sweep. I wouldn't like to have that white orchid in my garden or those flies, but they are well made I think. Hope you enjoy viewing & like some of them.

17 Apr, 2019

 

Feverfew they are brilliant, I love the men sitting have their lunch break and the man on the steps, all are very good, the listening hare caught my eye as well, though I think I'll just have to make do with admiring in your photo's, I think they would all be well out of my price range, lol...Thankyou for sharing your lovely photo's...

17 Apr, 2019

 

I really like the fossil/shell one. It'd be nice near a pond

17 Apr, 2019

 

thank you for sharing these wonderful sculptures. There are so many that I really would love to have.

17 Apr, 2019

 

What fantastic sculptures I love them all I think the white rat is cute looks realistic but I do love all would be very hard to choose.

17 Apr, 2019

 

Love the photos, the rat is my best pick. I've a feeling I've seen the horse head elsewhere, sculpture exhibitions in gardens seems to very popular these days so duplication must occur at times

18 Apr, 2019

 

Love garden sculptures. Were these for sale? Don't imagine they were the creations of the pupils. If so they are very talented.

18 Apr, 2019

 

I love the three men sitting on a girder and Clean Sweep,I would like these in my garden also,thank you for the blog.

18 Apr, 2019

 

I enjoyed that very much. I love sculpture and there are a couple on there that I would be happy to have in my garden. The Horse Head is wonderful, but not for me. I liked the rusty Hare the best and I also like the cheeky Crow, which surprised me, because that's not my usual taste. Perhaps I am becoming more light-hearted as I get old! :)

18 Apr, 2019

 

Glad you all liked. The sculptures are not by the pupils & are all for sale for large amounts of cash ( I didn't really look at the prices), way beyond my purse, as Linclass also realises. I too like the rat & would love to have those men having their tea break on top of my trellis.

18 Apr, 2019

 

I like the tortoise the best, captured the essence of the animal.

18 Apr, 2019

 

Silly me...not a crow at all is it..more like a blackbird! :)

18 Apr, 2019

 

They are all lovely in their own way, I especially liked the Hare and of course the Peacock. Not sure what my boys would think of it though!

18 Apr, 2019

 

The workers taking a lunch break on the I beam is a classic.

18 Apr, 2019

 

They are all wonderful. Am tempted to vote for the wren as winner.

19 Apr, 2019

 

They're very good. A lot of work has gone into making them.

19 Apr, 2019

 

I think you must mean the Blackbird, Steragram! Karen thought it was a crow, then realised it wasn't. I should have labelled it, so my fault. I like it too.

20 Apr, 2019

 

Oh crumbs, it isn't a wren is it, yes its a blackbird. I feel silly. It was that cocked up tail, and wrens don't eat berries either...but it wasn't your fault, it didn't need labelling.

20 Apr, 2019

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