Sunday, June 26, 2011

Day at DeCordova

Comet Cuff at the DeCordova
Comet Cuff, crochet pattern by Betsey Sennott

My sister Betsey and I met up at the Decordova Sculpture Park and Museum yesterday, to celebrate her birthday. First we saw the indoor exhibitions--my favorites were the large-scale, rough-hewn cedar sculptures by Ursula von Rydingsvard and a small show of photographs and drawings that give you an idea of what to expect from Andy Goldsworthy's future Snow House project at the DeCordova.

Then we spent lots of time wandering the grounds. Here's a little photo tour of some of the artwork--some manmade, some made by nature.

Musical Fence_1

Musical Fence_2
Paul Matisse, The Musical Fence

Ence Pence_1

Ence Pence_2

Ence Pence_3

Ence Pence_4


Silent Presence
John Wilson, Eternal Presence


Hardware on Tree





Feral Goose
Kitty Wales, Feral Goose

Butterfly Effect_1

Butterfly Effect_2

Butterfly Effect_3

Butterfly Effect_4

DeCordova Ball_1

DeCordova Ball_5

DeCordova Ball_4

DeCordova Ball_2

DeCordova Ball_3









Last but not least: The winner of my Elegant Lace eBook contest was starfish15 (sorry, don't have a real name for her). Thanks to all of you who left comments and good luck with your lace projects this summer!


Anonymous said...

Thank you so much! I am beyond thrilled!

Starfish15 (on ravelry)

KPiep said...

Oh my, that is fabulous! I so wish I coiuld see it in person!

Shelda said...

Wow, what wonderful wonderful photos! I love things like that. Thanks for sharing them!

Betsey said...

Thanks for a fun day! I don't remember, what the heck was I doing in that photo? Powering up, maybe.

Tierney Barden said...

I don't know how I missed this extraordinary post, Bonnie! I love every photo - you've taken me on an art walk first thing Monday morning. What a sumptuous way to begin the week. I think I need a musical fence in my yard....
Love your sister's cuff - it's perfect with her outfit. She wears it so well. xo t