The Stone Family

Just three days ago, I said on my “The Art and the Artist” post that I rarely take photographs of people and here I go and take on an entire family portrait!

Say hello to the
Stone Family

Spotted this clan as I was walking along the shores of Lake Michigan. I thought they were quite creative and fun. Don’t you?

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No usage allowed in any form without my written consent.

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Ragtag Daily Prompt – Stone

Celebrating the Familiar- Pt. 2

Celebrating the Familiar – Seward Johnson, sculptor

This is part two of a post from last week on the Celebrating the Familiar exhibition at the Dallas Arboretum and Garden.

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No usage allowed in any form without my written consent.

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Celebrating the Familiar

Celebrating the Familiar – Seward Johnson, sculptor

Exactly one year ago, I got to experience the most realistic bronze sculptures spread throughout the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden’s landscape. The stories told by the Celebrating the Familiar exhibition were simply delightful.

Another post with a few more pics of Seward Johnson’s sculptures Part 2 will follow next week.

© Irene Tron. All photos are my own.
No usage allowed in any form without my written consent.

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Contemplative Shakespeare

Dallas Arboretum & Botanic Garden

In the Garden – A Contemplative Shakespeare

Shakespeare by artist Gary Lee Price, featured at the Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Garden.

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Pull Up a Seat

Old Man and His Dog

Fraze Pavilion

Old Man and His Dog

While walking along the Fraze Pavilion walking trail in Dayton, Ohio, I came across these captivating bronze sculptures. The Old Man and His Dog by Glenna Goodacre, have been enjoying their spots at the Lincoln Park Civic Commons since 2007.

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