Sunday, 16 September 2012

#312 At the museum: "Moose Flats" con't . . .


Compare today and last Wednesday's post #310: both are images of the competed patina; but notice how
different the patina appears . . . different outdoor light at different times of the day creates ever-changing
and dramatic impressions upon the viewer.  My favorite time of day to experience outdoor sculpture is
early morning or late afternoon . . . the shadows are more pronounced and form is strong and well-defined.

To learn more about this project start with Post #274.

To learn more about the National Museum of Wildlife Art and the new Sculpture Trail go to wildlifeart.org
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Moose Flats installation at the National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson, Wyoming




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