I don’t know much about art, but I like sculptures the best, especially the quirky ones that dot the landscape of our cities. Here are a few favorites from some of my recent travels across the USA.
I found this humble Iron, my favorite piece from Monopoly, on the streets of Philadelphia.
I stopped to chat with the roly poly people in Washington DC’s sculpture garden, (officially known as the Last Conversation Piece.)
The giant cupid’s arrow looked magnificent in San Francisco, ready to do its work on Valentine’s day.
Ped, along the banks of the Columbia River in Wenatchee, reminds me to keep on truckin’.
This rusty band played on near Mt Rainier in a garden of sculpture art.
While closer to home these faithful stony walkers cheer me on at Coulon Park in Renton.
Wow, that is some amazing and different art!
Fun isn’t it? 😎
Thank You! 🙂
Thank you, too!
I published your photo of the scrap musicians in disqus, and I put your name.
Sure. 🙂 The sculpture is at the Ex-Nihilo Recycled Spirits of Iron Sculpture Park on the way to Mt Rainier in Washington. Sculptor and owner of the park is Dan Klennert. I took the picture but he’s the artist! His work is amazing!
Thanks for sharing these great sculptures!
You’re welcome! Glad you enjoyed them!
Some great sculpture choices, Susanne.
(I was thinking that you don’t look a lot like your brother. Maybe you should buy a stick-on moustache!)
Best wishes, Pete. 🙂
Thanks Pete.. We looked more alike when we were younger. (I don’t think I’d look good in a moustache! 😎)
I appreciate your sharing of these. I would never have known of them otherwise. Especially laughed at the huge foot.
Thank you. I’m glad you enjoyed them! 🙂