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

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

    1. Wren says:

      Maybe FSR shouldn’t see Before and After… 😉

      Did you get a little clay brownstone? That is such a neat idea!!

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    2. Madame U says:

      What a fabulous show! I’m especially delighted by the gumball machine and the two Matt Johnson sculptures. And so uncrowded! Thanks for sharing the photos.

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    3. herschelian says:

      This really is a fabulous exhibition, I wish I could visit it in person, but seeing as that isn’t possible your brilliant photos are the next best thing. Isn’t Slingshot amazing ? It deserves a permenant public home.
      Thanks so much for blogging this.

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    4. […] interactive art installations added to the experience: Block Busting by George Spencer, Howling and Other Justifiable Actions by Terry S. Handy, and Wink by Jan Lynn […]

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