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Neat sculpture. I love all the sheep in the park too. Reminds me of New Zealand.
Thanks, Rhonda! Henry Moore loved sheep and wanted his sculptures to be in open fields like this :)
Lovely! It's a great idea, sculptures in open fields.Happy WW
Hi Claire,it's wonderful sculpture, Ilike it!Thanks for the way to the SculptureParc ;)Happy WW :)) Lila
What a fantastic piece - in beautiful scenery, too!Emma :-)
An interesting sculpture, but I like the sheep more. Happy WW!
That's an interesting sculpture! It made me stop and think, wondering what it depicts. Though you're not supposed to ask that question....
You can ask any question you want :) It's a reclining woman - well, she's sitting on the floor with her legs out in front bent at the knee...
What an interesting pic...Love the sculpture, and am intrigued by all the sheep roaming around...you wouldn't expect to see those things together!http://www.homeofohm.com/2014/08/wordlesswednesday-peek-at-my-week-827.html
I don't think I've seen this artist before. I love the minimalistic lines of this sculpture!
I'm not sure precisely what it represents but I love the lines of this sculpture. Thanks for sharing, and I hope you'll link up at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2014/08/drip-drip-with-linky.html
I'm never quite sure about modern sculpture, but there is, as everyone has said, something pleasing about the lines of this. I'm rather fond of Andy Goldsworthy sculptures though, as they use natural items and are often ephemeral. And of course, I love Antony Gormleys "Another Place" (http://www.bbc.co.uk/liverpool/content/images/2006/10/24/another_place_001_470x353.jpg)
I love the lines, the uncertain shape. And what a gorgeous idea to have it there, in an open field! Thanks for sharing with us!
I love when art is accessible to everyone like that!
Thank you for taking the time to comment - I really appreciate it!It's good to know I'm not alone :)