Monday, February 1, 2010

Sunday Stills and Ruby Tuesday / Stone Art

 
Stone Art
from
The Southwest Art Festival
Indio, California
Jan, 30, 2010

  


18 comments:

Liz said...

An impressive modern piece of art that I wish the photograph had not cut, as this severely affects the balance of the sculpture.

Nevertheless this picture must hold the attention of any seeking the depths of the natural world around us.

James said...

Very cool. That looks like a great art festival.

Icy BC said...

That's gorgeous piece of art! Just awesome..

ilanadavita said...

Good and original choice for this meme.

Leora said...

I like the expression on that sculpture. Sort of like an ooh ah.

Ladyinblue said...

Thanks for the Comment. The doll is a Russian teapot-cover (to keep the teapot warm). Yes, and I like it too. I bought it at an old auktion at an old house were people used in the old days. They used to have it during the summers many years ago.
Have a great day
Ulla/Sweden

Carletta said...

What a terrific find for Ruby Tuesday!
You seem to have many festivals full of exciting items to photograph.

Felisol said...

I like the way the artist has "found" his motif in the raw cut stone.
Your way of cutting the picture adds quality to the intentions of the artist. Carletta's imperfection theme.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I like this stone art very much. Is it meant for the garden or to keep indoors?

ellen b said...

What a great find for Ruby Tuesday! Very cool. Have a good week...

Ralph said...

I see the mask on the stone as a disguise - for a warrior or for a party I cannot say. The look is a representation of the artists mood and his challenge to us to interpret and see not just what the artist wants to show but what we choose to see as well...

Manang Kim said...

Stunning and unique!

My red shoes

Rajesh said...

Beautiful stone art.

Marice said...

awww thats pretty interesting! thanks for sharing :)



u may view mine here

Kiki said...

Very beautiful..so unique! Lovely and expressive!
Happy Ruby T!
Kiki~

maryt/theteach said...

Amazing art! I can see this piece and the spheres in my house... artful decorations! :)

Liz said...

I have tried to focus my reply where it should fall~ on FELISOL, when he/she states. 'your way of cutting the picture adds quality to the intentions of the artist'
I failed to obtain any e-mail address.

I am sure no true 'artist' will ever believe that cuts to his or her picture of the world adds quality to his or her intentions.

I am sorry to post this comment here when I would be far happier challenging the words written by FELISOL privately.

Misalyn said...

You're so lucky for witnessing that lovely art festival.

I enjoyed looking at the photos. Their pieces of art are great. Painting is one of the art that I would really like to learn.