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Photo: Bob Burton.22.05.16 12:25 am7 comments
Lamby by Anna Williams. Lamby - which is made from old spark plugs and steel - currently resides on the Sculpture trail at the Birchs Bay Art Farm. The trail is open until July 17th, 2016.
Where’s the pic?
Ed’s note: Oops, must have been a problem with the uploaded pic being saved. All fixed now.
I see marvellous objects to be a form of art that is pleasing to the eye and an artfully clever inspiration has been depicted by its designer.
No expensive materials yet a valuable artistic and quite a tangible end product.
No doubt people have seen the horse constructed of metal bric-a-brac, this is equal to the clever mind of the constructing horse man.
Thanks! I see it now.
Its just a reminder folks to vote No 1 on the Senate ticket for Jacqui. Make your vote count for our rising star Independent in the Senate.
Nothing new under the sun. Cute but if you want brilliant see http://jamescorbettart.com/
who has been going successfully/deservedly for years. But that’s the trouble with modern media, no matter where you are you have to compete with the best in the world. Mind however that the quality of the materials is pretty low, it would be nice to see and compare the real pieces before the perfect photography.
As for Jacqui-someone I know looked up her record and said she had a reputation as a malingerer. But that’s easy to obtain in the military - how would anybody with half a brain cope with a jumped- up little dipsh*t with a stripe screaming in your face to scrub the floor with a toothbrush? Good on her.
#5 Just trying to track down Senator Lambie’s list of achievements whilst in the Senate- there must be something outstanding she has done ?
Ed’s note: ok it’s getting a bit off-topic for a post about a sculpture but I’ll humour it for the moment :)
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