BEAUTY OF ART AND IMAGES FOR YOU
Sculptures not very famous
I HAVE SOUGHT, IN SEVERAL COUNTRIES, ARTISTIC BEAUTIES, NOT VERY CELEBRATED; THIS IS WHAT I FOUND FOR YOU:
Author:Kevin M Klerks. Source: commons.wikimedia.org
Olle Holmsten, “the Storyteller” statue outside the Royal Alberta Museum, Edmonton- Alberta
Author: Simon Law. Source: commons.wikimedia.org
Sculpture green ox in Edmonton
Author:WinterE229. Source: fr.wikipedia.org
The Abstract Fountain on the grounds of the Royal Alberta Museum in Edmonton
Author: Matthew Black. Source: .flickr.com
Author: City of Edmonton. Source: .flickr.com
is a brick and glass mosaic sculpture that was chosen through a juried selection process to be the public art component of the new Southgate Transit Centre. Artists Dawn Detarando and Brian McArthur used thousands of hand-fired bricks to create the sculpture.
Author: Mack Male. Source: .flickr.com
Author: Matteso. Source: commons.wikimedia.org
Metal whale statue in fountain, West Edmonton Mall
Author: Own work. Source: commons.wikimedia.org
WEM brass man
A brass statue of a man eating a hamburger in a food court at the West Edmonton Mall.
Author: Kurt Bauschardt. Source: flickr.com
Placed beside the renovated bridge, Talus Dome is both a sculpture in the landscape and a mirror to the landscape. Composed of nearly 1,000 hand crafted stainless steel spheres forming an abstract talus shape, the sculpture reflects the sky, weather and the river of cars that pass by it.
- Artist: Ball-Nogues Studio
- Project Coordinator: Edmonton Arts Council
- Project Owner: City of Edmonton Public Art Collection
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