Monday, May 19, 2014

More Art In The Park



More Art In The Park 
Celebrating the Centennial of Hermann Park.

Wind Waves, made in 2009, is by Mexican artist, Yvonne Domenge (1946).
She was on hand to supervise its placement near the Museum of Natural Science.
From a distance, this Ferrari red orb looks as if it is floating in air.


Art In The Park

Wind Waves is thirteen feet in diameter and weighs close to 6 tons.
Demenge draws on organic curvilinear forms for her sculptures.

Wishing YOU well and much joy.

A big thank you to the Our World Hosts.


19 comments:

Lynne said...

Handsome piece . . . and perfect color . . .

Vee said...

Intriguing...does it look as if it belongs in its space?

Deborah said...

Mmmmmmm...Ferrari red! She was ahead of her time.

**blows kisses**
Deb

Icy BC said...

That looks awesome as a piece of art!

Dorothy Borders said...

I do love that sculpture which is truly arresting when one sees it in person.

carol l mckenna said...

Wonderfully creative sculpture and of course red grabs the eye ~ Great photo for OWT ~ xoxo

artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

This is a wonderful sculpture!i love it's color!

Irene said...

Brilliant.

bettyl-NZ said...

That's a fun piece and so bright!

Photo Cache said...

this is very beautiful. i love that it's red as well.

Mina fotostunder said...

Awesome sculpture!

Rajesh said...

Beautiful and artistic.

Fun60 said...

I would like to see it from all angles. I like the shape and the colour.

Phil Slade said...

That sounds so big. It must have taken for ever to construct, not to mention move on site.

Stewart M said...

Great shape - it does look like its floating.

Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

edenhills said...

Wow! Beautiful. It certainly does draw your attention with that bright red.

Linda W. said...

That's an interesting piece of art. Thanks for the blog visit! :)

Karen said...

Wonderful shot, this artwork is a real attention grabber.

NatureFootstep said...

well, art, but would it not be a fun thing for kids?