Tag Archives: Sculpture

Too Heavy

Vincenzo was proud of the metal eagle he’d bought. He couldn’t believe the low price he got for it at the market. Giaco had concerns. “Why would such a beautiful sculpture be so cheap?” A powerful man, he tried to … Continue reading

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Virgin Birth

Governor Vittorio was a vain man. He liked to keep beautiful things around him. He restored the beauty of the ancient city of Tuscolio. He commissioned the massive sculpture, “Dance of the Satyrs” and placed it the City Center. Perhaps … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Eerie

Here’s my answer to this week’s photography challenge: eerie. The challenge, for anyone wanting to join in, may be found here: http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/11/01/photo-challenge-eerie/

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Sand Sculpture Festival: Port Aransas

Port Aransas, near Corpus Christi, is the site of yearly Sand Sculpture Festival.

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Worried about Jango

“How’s the new sculpture going?” Asked Jaynie as she walked into her husband’s studio. “It’s almost there,” said Glenn. “Just a few more strips and I’ll be done. A bit messy though.” He held up hands covered with greasy goop. … Continue reading

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