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Saturday, February 20, 2010

Snow Scupltors


More old stuff. Bob Ryan, lower left, has been the Channel 4 weatherman for 30 years. The Awakening, lower right, is a popular sculpture that was installed at Hains Point, but has since been moved to somewhere else, I forget exactly where. My wife had wanted to do something sculptury with the piles of snow in our front yard, but I think we're all now so sick of the stuff that the best approach would be to use a flamethrower on it. Maybe call it Solid into Water, and claim it's process art.

2 comments:

John W. said...

"was installed at Hains Point, but has since been moved to somewhere else, "

That would be National Harbor.

richardcthompson said...

Thanks, John. I was too lazy to look at the Wikipedia page, but that's what I kinda was guessing.