Sunday, 17 February 2013

Centennial Park, sculpture

This sculpture of forged steel reeds stands amongst natural reeds beside the Duck Pond in Centennial Park. It is part of the award winning Wetland Interpretive Maze, which contains sculptures by Jane Cavanough created in 1998 from recycled materials.

16 comments:

  1. This kind of art makes me smile...great idea!

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  2. they fit the natural scene so perfectly
    it's wonderful when material is recycled for art

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  3. What an interesting idea indeed!! Great shadow shot for the day, Jim!!

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  4. Another wonderful day in paradise.

    Absolutely fantactique shot!

    Happy SSS2,
    /CC girl

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  5. Hello Jim and thank you for stopping by my blog!
    I really like those sculpted reeds .. in fact they would look great in my garden !
    Can you throw some in the mail for me ? LOL
    Joy ;-)

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  6. It's good to see the natural and the human-made at home with each other!

    Shadowy Bell

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  7. I love public art- especially from recycled/found objects! Thanks for sharing this shadowy photo!

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  8. Love how this artwork complements the natural scene! Looking great with the blue of the sky!

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  9. a steel rod sculpture - something different i suppose.

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  10. Pretty scene!
    Great way to recycle!
    Have a wonderful day!
    Lea
    Lea's Menagerie

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  11. Great shot. You'd never know they were not part of the natural surroundings.

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