Austrian sculpture – a house built upside down

A sculpture from Austria that takes the domestic setting and flips it on its head: The upside down house was created by Polish architects Irek Glowacki and Marek Rozanski, and was built in the Austrian village of Terfens to serve as a tourist attraction. via Giant Sparrow

The face of courageous sacrifice and suffering, Jean d'Aire – sculpture by August Rodin

On August 1, 1347, the city of Calais in France had fallen. The siege had been long, over 8 months, and the citizens were proud of their massive castle which was over 1,000 yards wide, surrounded by two moats, and protected by the sea at its back. The terms of the surrender were the lives …

The face of courageous sacrifice and suffering, Jean d’Aire – sculpture by August Rodin

On August 1, 1347, the city of Calais in France had fallen. The siege had been long, over 8 months, and the citizens were proud of their massive castle which was over 1,000 yards wide, surrounded by two moats, and protected by the sea at its back. The terms of the surrender were the lives …

A profile of one of the best sculptors in the world – MacDonald

A piece I found in the Summer 2011 Edition of Pelican Hill Magazine┬áthat profiles the best peak-action sculptor in the world. I love sculpture as an art form and so I eat up stories like this. — The Human Theater of Richard MacDonald Richard MacDonald first noticed the small group of men and women gathered …