It's been over a month since our last post featuring a slideshow. As I spelled out in that one, my bloghost (WordPress) seems to have cut down on the size of the pictures in the style of slideshow I was using, so I was trying a different type. That worked out okay but I think … Continue reading Sometimes Old Style Is Best
Is is just me, or are the Olympics not as big a deal as they used to be? Maybe it just seems that way, but it is easy to see why. For years there has been a lot of discussion about how difficult it is to keep the good stuff a secret until it can … Continue reading Going For The Bronze
Regular visitors to the ol' GMC will know that we occasionally feature a slideshow of unusual sculptures, a variety of art that has always interested me. In the past we've shown sculptures created in everything from cheese to sand to ice, but today's subject has a different focus. The objects in the pictures below are … Continue reading Strange But True – And Funny Too!
Although they're usually grouped into a classification known as 'public art', the kind of sculptures shown in the pictures below might be better described as strange ideas turned into reality. Of course, ideas are a vital part of a true artist's makeup -- without them he (or she) is just a technician. Still, some of … Continue reading Strange Ideas Are Part Of Artistic Vision
Once in a while, as a change of pace, I like to include one of those slideshow gizmos. Many of the shows I've featured in the past have consisted of pictures of sculptures that have been created by artists with some unusual ideas for materials. Just off the top of my head, I can remember … Continue reading Mystery Sculptures