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Woodrow by Deborah Butterfield, Walker Art Center Sculpture Garden, Minneapolis, MN

Willy, Argus, and Lucky, 1996-97

this was made by Deborah Butterfield and this sculpture of horse is very unique because you almost have to step back a few feet to understand what it is other wise it just looks like branches twined together.

Standing Glass Fish by Frank Gehry, Walker Art Center Sculpture Garden, Minneapolis, MN

Standing Glass Fish by Frank Gehry, Walker Art Center Sculpture Garden, Minneapolis, MN

Gustave Baumann (1881-1971) - Sequoia Forest. Woodblock Print.

New Mexico Museum of Art - The Prints of Gustave Baumann

Diane Sangster originally shared this post:  Runnymede Sculpture Farm - Woodside, CA  Located on 120 acres of meadow, forest, hills and valleys, more than 150 sculptures decorate the landscape. Shown here is "Tete Endormie," a large bronze "sleeping head" by Polish sculptor Igor Mitoraj. The sculpture lies on its right cheek, with horizontal lines dramatically catching the light. Runnymede is open to the public a few times a year. Photo by Bob Stronck.

Diane Sangster originally shared this post: Runnymede Sculpture Farm - Woodside, CA Located on 120 acres of meadow, forest, hills and valleys, more than 150 sculptures decorate the landscape. Shown here is "Tete Endormie," a large bronze "sleeping head" by Polish sculptor Igor Mitoraj. The sculpture lies on its right cheek, with horizontal lines dramatically catching the light. Runnymede is open to the public a few times a year. Photo by Bob Stronck.

Les frères Chapuisat à Vercorin (CH)  http://www.r-art.ch/client/edition12/fichiers/Vercorin%202012%20Chapuisat%20photo%20Robert%20Hofer%202.jpg

Les frères Chapuisat à Vercorin (CH) http://www.r-art.ch/client/edition12/fichiers/Vercorin%202012%20Chapuisat%20photo%20Robert%20Hofer%202.jpg

DEBORAH BUTTERFIELD http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/deborah-butterfield/  #contemporary  #art  #sculpture

Equestrian Style

sculpture by Deborah Butterfield. Can be seen in Grand Rapids, Mi. at the Frederik Meijer Gardens. One of my favorite sculptures there.

Steven Siegel is a New York based artist noted for creating large boulders/sculptures from recycled and found materials - newspapers, branches, tree trunks, aluminum cans, and plastic bottles.

Steven Siegel is a New York based artist noted for creating large boulders/sculptures from recycled and found materials - newspapers, branches, tree trunks, aluminum cans, and plastic bottles.

MAX PHILIPP SCHMID - Paradies

MAX PHILIPP SCHMID - Paradies

Amazing Animal Sculptures Made from Tree Roots 5 - https://www.facebook.com/different.solutions.page

Horse Statues - Mare & Foal - Handcrafted from Natural Salvaged Driftwood & Roots - A Beautiful Mother's Gift - Woodland Creek's Artisan Can Create You a One-of-a-Kind Piece - Perfect for Outdoor Display!

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