Hi all 😁 Feel free to join in this weekly challenge whenever you find yourself thinking, “I’m a fan of…” (see below for how-to).
This weeks Fan Of… is metal sculptures. These metal sculptures are also my post for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Metal & Photographing Public Art Challenge, hosted by Marsha this week.
How To Join In
- Create a Fan Of… Photo Post.
- Add a link to your Fan of… blog post in my comment box or create a pingback by linking to my post.
- Title your post Fan Of… or add Fan Of… tag.
Hae a guid week 😁
13 thoughts on “Metal Sculptures — Fan Of… #149”
I thought I commented on your post, Jez. I am definitely a fan of metal art and thanks for linking to PPAC.
Great images… here is my contribution to the challenge https://brashley.photography/2022/03/28/fan-of-149-powder-paint/
Thanks, Bren 😊
Congratulations! I enjoyed your post so much that I featured it in CFFC.
I hope you are having a terrific week.
Thank you so much, Cee 😊
Recognise some, but not all. Where is the Women’s Guild one? I’d like to see that.
Hi, Anne 👋 The Women’s Guild Sculpture is in Bellahouston Park, in the grounds of the House For An Art Lover. It’s at the back of the house, down towards the play area. There’s a lot more sculptures at the front of the house 😃
Thanks! Long time since I have been to Bellahouston, though I did recognise at least one of your other sculptures as being from there. However, I looked back at my blog, and in a post from 2013 I found this, which I think is the same sculpture. I had labelled it Peace Cairn so I suspect several organisations have plaques on it, not just the Guild.
It is the same sculpture, I think it’s down in the tourist books as the Peace Cairn 👍
Is this first one by the same artist who created the kelpies?
Here is my fanatical post of the week: https://picturesimperfectblog.wordpress.com/2022/03/28/im-a-fan-of-parrots/
Good spot, Elke 👍 They are both by Andy Scott; there is an Andy Scott sculpture trail which we’ll have to go on sometime 😃
I can see why you are a fan! So many sculptures in so many shapes and sizes