Garden of Delights, Part Two: Empire-Fulton Ferry State Park

August 13, 2006

More from the Garden of Delights show, these sculptures are in Empire-Fulton Ferry State Park. George Spencer’s Gumball Machine actually works; insert two quarters, turn the lever and you’ll receive a plastic dome containing a tiny clay building. Hurry over to the park and you, too, can own an authentic Brooklyn brownstone for only 50¢.


Nielson Amon & Ruby Levesque: Shark Tooth Auxesis Posted by Picasa


George Spencer: Gumball Machine (view 1) Posted by Picasa


George Spencer:Gumball Machine (view 2) Posted by Picasa


Kevin Barrett: Slingshot Posted by Picasa


Karen McCoy: Sensory Station Posted by Picasa


Cynthia Karasek: Cedars Posted by Picasa


Matt Johnson: Gluttony Posted by Picasa


Matt Johnson: Greed Posted by Picasa


Richard Brachman: Power Totem Posted by Picasa


Stephanie Bloom: Before And After Posted by Picasa


Antoinette Schultze: Earth Shine Posted by Picasa


Antoinette Schultze: Earth Shine (close-up) Posted by Picasa


William Zingaro: Landscape #12 Posted by Picasa


Bill Berry: Too 2 (view 1) Posted by Picasa


Bill Berry: Too 2 (view 2) Posted by Picasa


Steve Dolbin: False Oracle Posted by Picasa


Ursula Clark: Stick Dome Posted by Picasa


Ursula Clark: Stick Dome (close-up 1) Posted by Picasa


Ursula Clark: Stick Dome (close-up 2) Posted by Picasa


Lori Nozick: Genesis Posted by Picasa


Bernard Klevickas: Waveforms Posted by Picasa


Charon Luebbers: Bird Flew (view 1) Posted by Picasa


Charon Luebbers: Bird Flew (view 2) Posted by Picasa


Charon Luebbers: Bird Flew (view 3) Posted by Picasa


Julia Ousley: Skyline Posted by Picasa


Michael Poast: Sound Structure Posted by Picasa


Miggy Buck: David Posted by Picasa

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    Garden of Delights, Part One: Brooklyn Bridge Park

    August 13, 2006

    Garden of Delights is the 24th annual outdoor sculpture show organized by the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition. About 25 artists from around the country contributed work that will remain on display in two adjoining public parks until October 13. These sculptures are in Brooklyn Bridge Park.

    The instructions on the back of Rodger Stevens’ Public Sculpture and You say:
    1) Lift a door
    2) Put your face in there
    3) Get your friend to take a picture
    4) Come back anytime


    Doug Makemson: Royal Heron Posted by Picasa


    Naomi Teppich: Terra Stela Posted by Picasa


    Alexandra Limpert: Untitled (View 1) Posted by Picasa


    Alexandra Limpert: Untitled (View 2) Posted by Picasa


    Jack Howard-Potter: Fat Lady Posted by Picasa


    Rodger Stevens: Public Sculpture and You (back) Posted by Picasa


    Rodger Stevens: Public Sculpture and You (front) Posted by Picasa


    Allan Cyprys: Skyscraper the Father Posted by Picasa


    Thea Lanzisero: Starlight (view 1)  Posted by Picasa


    Thea Lanzisero: Starlight (view 2) Posted by Picasa


    Courtney Kessel: Il Nido Posted by Picasa


    Tyrome Tripoli: Travels With the Kitchen Sink Posted by Picasa

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