Monday, 23 May 2011

1005 : Heads, You Win.


A picture taken last Friday whilst visiting the breath-taking exhibition of work by the Spanish artist Jaume Plensa which is being held at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park

12 comments:

Rosie said...

Wow! What an amazing picture! I will have to start an agenda of places to visit from your pictures!! You are like a tour guide, a sort of an ambassador for the UK!!

Mmm said...

Amazing picture and sculptures. i had not heard of this man before. TY.

Michael and Hanne said...

Most unusual transparent sculptures. What will they think of next? Moving ones?

Karen S. said...

Oh my goodness, this is so exciting to view! I can only imagine how stunning it was in real life! Very fine work! Thanks for sharing it with us!

Valerie said...

How amazing. That's transparency with a vengeance.

Sounds as though the first week went okay.

Vicki Lane said...

Startling... and a bit creepy!

TICKLEBEAR said...

what an odd sight, but a great concept!!
:)~
HUGZ

tony said...

i always used to think that part of West Yorkshire was pretty dire.[Pits,Rugby League ,but little else].Now they have the Yorkshire Sculpture & The new Hepworth Museum. I'm impressed.

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Awesome pic..in this pic transparent heads are so unique & great.

Crazy as a Cool Fox said...

Those are amazing sculptures. The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston has similar baby head sculptures. I did a post on them last summer. This post brought them to mind. Thanks for sharing. http://crazyasacoolfox.blogspot.com/2010/07/headwaters.html

john leneghan said...

hi alan i found your site through kathleen mortensen in canada who happens to be a fellow poet and distant relitve, i really like some of your photographs keep up the good work. all the best
john leneghan
stoke on trent.

john leneghan said...

hi alan i think i have already left this comment already but here goes anyway, i found your site and blog throught kat mortensen in canada who is a fellow poet and distant relitive, i would just like to say there is some lovely pfotographs on your blog, keep up the good work
john leneghan
soke on trent