Friday, 21 September 2012

Chatsworth ~ Beyond Limits ~ 2012/5

We're a third of the way through with this next exhibit which is untitled.

It's another hare ...

 Beyond Limits ~ 2012 ... exhibit number 5

 ... and it's positioned on a mound between the Rockery and the Ring Pond. 

It's another running hare too.

Once again I will let my photos do the talking ... 

Beyond Limits ~ 2012 ... exhibit number 5


Beyond Limits ~ 2012 ... exhibit number 5 

Probably, like me, you're thinking it would be nice to see something different. Something more colourful. Something more thought provoking ...


10 comments:

  1. I don't think I would rush to see this exhibit,I like variety in art,the running Hare is a bit boring,rather have the Cello playing one.Ann

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    1. It may be the mood I'm in Ann ... it's dull and grey weatherwise ... but I'm ready for some variety.

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  2. Aux contraire, Charlie! I really like his hares - I like the freedom of movement that the sculptures evoke, of which this is a particularly good example. I think this is a quintessentially "Flanagan" hare :)

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    1. I love hares too Jenny. It's gives me a real thrill when I see them when I'm out walking or in the car. I just think it's a mistake to highlight the work of one sculptor after the variety of previous exhibitions.

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  3. I think this is my favorite hare so far....and while I would never get tired of seeing them, it does seem a little biased to only exhibit one artist.

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    1. I wonder why it is a one-man show ? And a dead one-man show at that. Still, his art will never die.

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  4. I actually rather like this one :-))

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  5. I like them all so far... even the elephant. :)

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  6. This guy is a pretty good artist isn't he!

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