A garden of a less “flowery” sort today…these photos were taken at the sculpture garden on the grounds of the University of Saskatchewan, which my hubby and I visited in July of last year. Bill Epp, a visual arts professor at the University, started the garden back in 1993, and more works were added in 1997 and 2006. These photos represent a smidgen of what is available to see.
I just had to include a photo of the “hand” – I actually found it a bit unnerving. How do you feel about it (and the other works)?
Another import from my slowly-becoming-defunct blog There is a Light. When this photo was taken, we were in the darkest days of winter…look how far we’ve come in just a few short months! The snow is actually melting away from my perennial beds now and I have hope for crocuses by early April…. 🙂
“Solar Flare,” a light installation by Calgary artists Caitlind r.c. Brown and Wayne Garrett, photographed in the falling snow with the Calgary Tower in the background ~ 18 December 2013.