Hi all 😃 My latest entry for Marsha & Cee’s Photographing Public Art Challenge, hosted this week by Marsha (great to have you back, Marsha).Continue reading “Peace Cairn — PPAC #17”
Hi all 😃 My entry for Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge: Pick a Topic from my Photo & Becky’s #TreeSquares. This play park in Bellahouston Park is surrounded by trees.Continue reading “Trees in a Play Park — CMMC and #TreeSquares”
Hi all 😁 My latest for Chasingamemory’s Sculpture Saturday.
This sculpture stands outside the House for an Art Lover, in the grounds of Bellahouston Park. It was installed by Doug Cocker in 1999; it is “a vertical, hard, contemporary image contrasting with the history-laden mass of the building”.
These are pics of play-on-able sculptures in Bellahouston Park.
Hi all 😁 My entry for Chasingamemory’s Sculpture Saturday.
Elephant for Glasgow was crafted in 2015 and came about when Kenny Hunter worked in partnership with House for an Art Lover; the result was a life-size elephant cast in part from recycled, redundant or scrap parts of locomotives. These were sourced from engines in India and South Africa that were originally built in Glasgow. This sculpture has been installed on the site of the 1938 British Empire Exhibition in Bellahouston Park.
And just to show the size of the sculpture…
Hi all 😁 Here’s my entry for Mind Over Memory’s Sculpture Saturday Challenge.
This two piece sculpture was created by Indian sculptor, Ganesh Gohain, whilst on an art residency in Glasgow. It was installed in Bellahouston Park by Alan Kean in 2005.