I start with this sculpture done by Marvin Martin, a professor at the U of I College of Art and, incidentally, the father of one of my best friends in Grade School and throughout life. He taught me to appreciate the effort involved in sculpting and also the talent it took to do it well.
This is a Paper Mache Sculpture that I did while in college taking an art class at the U of I College of Art :) I think You can see the influence of my friend's father . My Mother dubbed it "The Over Sexed Water Buffalo" 😁
I spend a lot of time at the Morton Arboretum ... it is a peaceful and beautiful place.
Asian Garden Statues
A Chocolate cake ... Yummm 😁
Chicago Art Museum
A Picasso Sculpture in downtown Chicago ...
This lovely lady was suspended from the ceiling in the Zurich Train Station ... she should look familiar to you as I suspect she is a Niki de Saint Phalle (mentioned in Valerie-Jael's post last week )😄
These are a pair of Sculpy Clay figures made recently by me (the fox) and my Granddaughter (the Penguin).
And, last but not least ... last weekend I joined a group of ladies on a trip to Racine, Wisconsin where we learned how to make blown glass pumpkins ... Quite the experience, I must say .😊
This is only a small sampling of pictures that I have of sculpture ... amazing how we are influenced in our lives. This was a fun prompt ... thank you, Rain.
Andrea @ From the Sol