Monday, May 18, 2009

ANYBODY SEEN THE BABY'S BLOCKS?

This week we begin a series on what people put in their front yards. There are so many variations on this theme that we will probably revisit the subject from time to time. A good example is the sculpture above. Abstraction. Geometrical. Modern. It speaks to the inner conflict of man. Yea, sure. But it is intriguing. 

16 comments:

  1. LOL re the title. It is fun to see the unique art in people's yards. It i good to see they support artists.

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  2. Perfect title and as you say: Yea, sure...

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  3. I love the idea of this series and can't wait to see your photos! This is an odd thing to have in the front yard, but better than an old, rusty pick-up truck! Most people don't have a yard in Molfetta as the great majority of housing is apartment buildings.

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  4. I... er... don't know... M'not sure... Is there a fountain beneath or at least is that a water basin?

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  5. Interesting choice for a front yard. In my neighborhood, I would worry about kids climbing on it!

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  6. We don't have much yard art here except bottle trees and bird baths. I can't wait to see more of thi stuff though. I wonder if it will all be so profound. ;)

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  7. I think it may speak to the inner conflicts of the sculpture. ;-)

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  8. Inner conflict of........wha...nope! I like yard art myself. MB

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  9. Interesting structure, looks like it might tumble down if it weren't welded. Cool capture.

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  10. I like this one...modern art is one of my favourite things. I thing this one speaks to the the chance nature of impossible things...how do those blocks stay balanced in this case! Nice shot. This series should be a good talking point. I'll check back in all week!

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  11. I know we can continue to showcase what people put in their yards FOREVER. Endless variety. It's so great that everyone has their own idea of what looks good. Love it.

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  12. I like it. I am becoming a more modern women, I guess!

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  13. It is very interesting. I wonder how much that cost.

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  14. Cool picture! Congratulations!
    Léia

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  15. Neat, neat series. I think this photo is my favorite so far. To me the blocks look like a sort of person, resting his/her head on the upright piece on the left side of the photo. Maybe the person is sitting on a seesaw that has lost it's ability to go up and down, so the person is very disappointed. I like it a lot, the way you've photographed it. Thanks.

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