25 October 2011

Sculpture at Tarrawarra

For Kim Klassen's Texture Tuesday, I've used "Gauze Sheers" with "And Then Some".

Both texture layers have been erased (in part) to fully reveal the commissioned sculpture,  creating a textured background effect only. 

My photograph was taken at the Tarrawarra Museum of Art at Healesville, Victoria.  This sculpture being one of three outdoors, represents the abundance of the region (sheep/wool, fruits etc.)



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6 comments:

Jeanne said...

That is a great sculpting and the colors are so rich. Love your texturing job! Aren't textures so much fun! Love this.

Evelyn S. said...

I'm sure I've been replying to your comments..via e-mail...but I just noticed that it's "no reply"! Your blog address is going into my sidebar so I don't miss anything of yours again! (I forgot all about Texture Tuesday!)

Pat said...

Lovely texture work on this very unique sculpture!

Carole Meisenhelter said...

[I'm sure I've been replying to your comments..via e-mail...but I just noticed that it's "no reply"! Your blog address is going into my sidebar so I don't miss anything of yours again!]

Sorry that happened Evelyn ... That blogger 'email' option, for some of my readers only, would divert to my original email address (the one I'd started this blog with).

Odd, since I'd long ago adjusted it to the current one when I changed servers.

All my settings are in order wherever I search i.e. default/primary email is my current one.

Even when I hit that Blogger email button myself, it would generate an email to my correct email addy; so why not a whatever percentage of others?

I'd decided to take away the email button as such, and replaced it instead with a contact detail on my sidebar; it has a little blue-bird above it.

Since you though, were able to comment via that email, I've decided to also reinstate it; at least I know some use it successfully (but why others, remains a quandary).

Grandma Deal said...

This is certainly a unique sculpture. I love the way you added the textures. They do make the centerpiece really stand out.

Geke said...

Interesting sculpture.