Tuesday, June 23, 2009

My World Tuesday 2

It's Tuesday and it's time for My World!
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I found some more photos of the Cullen Sculpture Garden
located between the Glassell School of Art
and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Law Building.
It was dedicated in 1986 and designed by Isamu Noguchi.

A wide view of part of the sculpture garden toward the
Museum of Fine Arts Houston and the Law Building.

The sculpture garden is a public park.
You'll find family picnics and during the school year
kids having their sack lunch before or after their tour of the museum.

Giant Mushrooms anyone?!!

Thanks for stopping by.
Happy Tuesday to You!


Rolfe Bautista said...

these are great sculptures. I really like them.

SandyCarlson said...

What an amazing place. That mushroom is mind boggling!

Arija said...

I DO like the giant mushroom!

Sylvia K said...

OH! What a mushroom! Fun post and great photos!

Louise said...

Cool place. I love the top of the mushroom.

Please be so kind to remember to put your country with your name when you link from the My World Tuesday site. I'm fixing this one.

Thanks so much for your participation this place where ANYONE would want to spend their lunchtime!

Kim Mailhot said...

thanks for the sweet tour ! Love the mushroom !~
Happy tuesday to you too !

Anonymous said...

wonderful sculptural pieces...like them all. thanks for sharing.
and thank you for stopping by my blog.
have a wonderful afternoon.

fishing guy said...

Snap: What a neat and artistic place to visit. Loved the mushroom.

Cynthia said...

That first shot of the mushroom is fascinating. A sculpture Garden I would like to visit someday. Thank you for sharing the pics.

Carver said...

I love that giants mushroom. Thank you for such an interesting tour.

Pam said...

Your photos of the sculpture garden are a delight. It seems to be a very peaceful place.

The Bodhi Chicklet said...

Love, love, love the mushroom!

hip chick said...

That mushroom is really neat!

Barb said...

What a great mushroom sculpture! (Commenting on your latest post - I also have a friend, Mar, who is currently visiting me from AZ. She and I both are May birthdays, too - funny coincidence.)

2sweetnsaxy said...

Those are really cool. Nice shots of them too. The first time I saw a sculpture garden was at the museum.