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08-15-2018, 12:15 PM   #781
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it made me look better too!

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Joseph Oregon has become a beacon to artists working in bronze. Here's one example.
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Beautiful piece of work it is too!

Not sure what this is, at a local art Gallery. Perhaps to honour the humble Bicycle!


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Joseph Oregon has become a beacon to artists working in bronze. Here's one example.
That's one of a number of modern sculptures I've seen that force a double take - - that was a statue and not a real person, wasn't it?
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A stature being reduced to a lump derived from the middle.
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The donkey and the glass sculpture
Very interesting, though any donkey much like my Oscar would be chewing on that wooden base.

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This is the first of two modified (filter added) version of a Madonna & Child statue that I did not like in the original, but I think looks better after PS altering.
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And here is an alternative version. BTW: The original was chrome.
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Faun - - creatures obsessed with sex and wine disgusting aren't they?
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Very interesting, though any donkey much like my Oscar would be chewing on that wooden base.
That Donkey needs to be trained not too eat art

Here's a sculpture of nothing - had no idea that it actually had form and shape!
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Backside of a famous statue. I wonder how many Greek women in the classic era did there hair this way. There must have been some, if not many.
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I'll apologize in advance if this post comes up twice. Something amiss with my PF connection, and the problem, which has happened in the past, sometimes causes double post. I'll have to go off line for a while, just when I got started..
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