.... and sometimes just haivering
Beautiful. Really marvellous.And thou art indeed the wise wise voice of wisdomus...water it shall be....
Yes, I think I like them too! Bravo!
These are wonderful. I really like the dynamic of having them all posed identically but looking in different directions. They look like they're, somehow, emerging from the rough.
I think they are superb and just love where they have been placed. Strange to see these white, white sculpters in wild and natural surroundings.Do you know exactly where they are ? This is the region we will be heading to this summer and a walk round there sounds like a great day out to me. Perhaps there is something on the interent that I can take a look at ?Lucie seems to be very talented, what are they made from ?
Hello Leons life, Lucie will give me the details which I'll post up later ... these are in plaster but first she modelled them in claymore later
hello, thank you for all your nice and encouraging comments, here's a bit of information on getting to Mayronnes: http://www.editions-verdier.fr/banquet/n39/garrig1.htmet maintenant de quel côté aller ? le vent souffle qu’y faire ? Sur mes contradictions Le vent souffleSantokaThis is the double haiku that inspired the project
Thanks for the link Lucie. PS. I like the round bottoms best.
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