"The true work of art is but a shadow of the divine perfection."
I had hopes of hitting some of the highlights, but with a few hours to spare in the morning and then again in the afternoon, we made it to quite a few of the sculptures. At each location, there is a phone number to call to hear more about the piece, usually told by the sculptor himself.
Although Silas slept through the first few stops at Coffman Park, he was a willing photography subject at most of the sites. I used the GPS for directions to some of the stops, but I wasn't afraid to make a u-turn and pull over on the side of the road if we drove by one unexpectedly.
|One Scene by Daisuke Shintani|
|Injection by David Middlebrook|
|Narrow #5 by Shawn Morrin|
|Ascension by Brian Russell|
|Watch House by Todd Slaughter|
|Leatherlips by Ralph Helmick|
|Sanguine Standing Stone by Joseph Wheelwright|
|Tree of Life, Future Tense by Mary Jo Bole|
|Jaunty Hornbeam by Joseph Wheelwright|
|Field of Corn (with Osage Oranges) by Malcolm Cochran|
|The Simulation of George M. Karrer's Workshop by Brower Hatcher|
|Dancing Hares by Sophie Ryder (not really on the official Dublin Arts tour)|
So thankful for this little guy who goes along with my "harebrained" ideas. I hope that he will always be up for adventures like this with me.