Tuesday, July 25, 2017

WW: Kinetic Exhibition {Linky}

We went to the KANEKO to see John Buck's work, awhile back. It was so interesting!

He had some prints up that were pretty unique. Of course the kinetic sculpture is what was so different, and drew people in.



















Do you ever go to art shows, or art museums?



16 comments:

Carol @Comfort Spring Station said...

the kinetic sculptures are fabulous!

csuhpat1 said...

Those are so cool. Very nice. Thanks for hosting and have a wonderful week.

Sandee said...

Oh wow, I'd love to see this for real. Such gorgeous work.

Have a fabulous day. ☺

Joyce Lansky said...

I love the moving parts!

Judee@gluten Free A-Z Blog said...

wow- the sculpture is really awesome! thanks for sharing

stevebethere said...

These are brilliant I love museums love the kids photos too heheh!

Have an artistictastic week :-)

Kristi Maloney said...

I agree, the sculptures are so unique and interesting! I haven't been to an art show in quite a while. My Dad owns a custom framing shop and he has had shows/exhibits in the past.

Deborah Coombs said...

Incredible work there. Wow!

Teresa Kindred said...

That's so cool! I've never seen anything like it!

indah nuria Savitri said...

those are great works, Alissa...love the paintings and all those colorful ones

Terra Heck said...

That sculpture is neat and very creative!

Theresa Mahoney said...

Those sculptures are quite impressive! I bet they are even cooler to see in person!

Mandy 'n' Justin said...

Oh wow! Never heard of this artists, but that sculpture looks amazing! I can't even imagine the time and effort it took to produce it. Do you know if each piece was all sculpted from one piece of wood? (It is wood, right?) I absolutely love the church with the people waving from the windows!

I think next weekend my husband and I are going to the High to see the Andy Warhol exhibit. I absolutely love pop art even though I've seen exhibits of his work in Prague and NYC at this point. *shrugs* (We get in free on the first weekend of the month with my husband's Bank of America credit card.)

alissa apel said...

@Mandy - The big sculpture are wood. Some kept breaking with the moving pieces. I remember the sculptor Calder said, "Better a standing still sculpture than a moving one that won't work." He made a moving sculpture that Einstein watched for a long time. He was done with them when they kept breaking. I went to a Warhol show in Savannah.

mail4rosey said...

Yeah, I can see why he's showing. He def. has talent.

~ Noelle said...

We have a museum here, but I don't know what type of exhibits they have. Need to see when they open back up. (Been closed from the tornado)

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