Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Outdoor sculpture


Sculpture outside Whole Foods market on Westland Avenue.

10 comments:

Marie-Noyale said...

I recognized The Museum and the symphony hall,I used to visit my son when he was in college,but is this statue new,I had not seen it or may be missed it?
Have a nice day.

Chuck Pefley said...

Whole foods is in this round building? The architecture looks more in keeping with a museum (can you say Guggenheim?) than an upscale grocery store. The sculpture is quite interesting.

oldmanlincoln said...

Interesting sculpture I have seen somewhere before. Here?

Abraham Lincoln in Brookville, Ohio

George Townboy said...

Great shot of something passing as art, lol.

Olivier said...

cette sculpture est grandiose et magnifique. Et elle va très bien avec le bâtiment derrière

This sculpture is magnificent and beautiful. And it goes very well with the building behind

Sailor Girl said...

It looks like a sea wave's curl!!

smilnsigh said...

Interesting. Clean lines and clean look. Although I admit... I don't understand modern art.

Jilly said...

This is interesting. Does it have a name?

Clueless in boston said...

Thanks all for your comments.

I don't know what the title of this sculpture is; I wasn't able to find any info online. My best guess is that it is about 10-15 years old. The round building behind the sculpture where Whole Foods is located is actually a garage. The building does look a little like the Guggenheim.

I don't understand modern art either, but I like Sailor Girl's interpretation of it as a wave.

Chris said...

I don't understand modern art, either. I'll leave it at that. BUT! I do like the sculpture.

BTW. . .Thanks for the comment about the spammers. I deleted them. I used to have the verification on the blog but removed it last week. I guess I'll be putting it back on.