Tag Archives: Sculpture Saturday

Sculpture Saturday: Unlikely Couple

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Sculpture Saturday: Woman Grinding Grain

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Taken at Boyce Thompson Arboretum. More Sculpture Saturday.

Sculpture Saturday: In the Gardens of St. Anthony’s Monastery

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In my opinion, this deer’s eyeliner is too thick:

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Lion offering his paw like a dog ready to “shake”:

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Swan? Goose?

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Rooster? Or fancy pigeon?

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My favorite of all–the lion lies down with the lamb.

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Sculpture Saturday: Horses

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Photographed at Phoenix North Mountain Park.

Sculpture Saturday: Lamp Posts as Sculpture

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Seen in Tempe, Arizona near Arizona State University campus.

 

Sculpture Saturday: RenFest

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These were seen at the Arizona Renaissance Festival in 2019:

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Sculpture Saturday: Canaan in the Desert

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Sculptures throughout this prayer garden tell the story of Jesus.

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Sculpture Saturday: Painted Rock

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I know I’m pushing the definition of sculpture with this one, but it gives me a chance to post one of my favorite pictures of my husband, Greg, taken eight years ago during one of my favorite vacations ever.

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I made my husband pose next to this painted rock outside the Waikiki Aquarium.

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Sculpture Saturday: Statuary and Such

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These photos were taken in June 2018 on the grounds of the Breath of Life Retreat House in Pine, Arizona. The property has a new owner now; I’m not sure if these statues are there anymore. (Click on images to enlarge.)

 

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Sculpture Saturday: Map of Tempe

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This sculpture stands outside the public library and represents a map of our town. It’s a little too abstract for me. I think the roundish stacked structure toward the top left is the stadium at Arizona State University, which would make the long flat area behind it the Salt River. I’ve wasted many minutes here trying to find my neighborhood; I’ve never succeeded.

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