Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Vive la différence..



'Chalk and cheese' was the expression that came to mind as I was preparing this post, could that fierce alien monster face possibly be more different from the soulful beauty of yesterday's post :) and yet they were only metres apart at Coventry Village. I couldn't see any info on who so brilliantly constructed this larger than life creature, looking as if it's about to chomp on the man above :) from scrap metal, nuts and bolts, I do know there are a few incredibly talented artists in the Perth and country areas who do amazing work in this medium, what a fabulous way to recycle..


There were many more larger than life super hero and monster type sculptures scattered around the village but one monster is enough oui! How could I possibly resist a multiple exposure of all these fearsome extremities, looks much less threatening don't you think.. almost pretty 😉 Happy Wednesday, take care and stay safe..
 

29 comments:

  1. We need Sigourney Weaver's Ripley, post haste.

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  2. Very well done, but scary indeed.

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  3. A frightening monster, luckily it is fenced ;-)

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  4. ...wow, make that a BIG WOW.

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  5. Very impressive and scary looking. I;m afraid it might escape and devour me. :)

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  6. The details are lovely as in your pic of the foot, Grace!

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  7. A work of art that is intersting but if there was any sign of movement there you would not see me for dust!!!! Interesting blog though. Diane

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  8. So clever. I can see a couple of bits in the work I can recognise.

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  9. Wow, that is stunning, Grace (and a tad scary).

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  10. That's an amazing creature. What a job to create something like that. I like your double exposure.

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  11. I think sculptures made out of found materials are wonderful. This one is particularly impressive.

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  12. That is one very scary looking monster. I have to admit these kind of creepy looking mechanical creatures send a chill down my spine.

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  13. Wow ... such and eye catching post Grace. Love the multiple exposure. That monster appears to be in an enormous battle.

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  14. wow,really impressive! thamks for sharing,cool pictures as usual! ew :)

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  15. Lucky the statue has no need to brush his teeth.

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  16. A creepy creature Grace, a bit scary to look at in a public space!

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  17. This kind of art is not my medium; however, I love the abstract you made of it in the next to the last photo!

    Janis
    GDP

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  18. Beautiful image the building You chose well for the theme.
    Your blog is very nice,Thanks for sharing good blog.
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  19. Great sculptur, I love how they use parts like that

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  20. Grace, this is a wonderful piece of sculpture. It reminds me of the work of a South Dakota artist named John Lopez, https://www.facebook.com/johnlopezsculptures/
    Thought you might be interested in seeing some of his work.

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  21. Incredible ! It seems to be a Giger's sculpture. And your semi-abstract picture is beautiful. I wish I could have done it

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  22. The 3rd shot is confusing for me!!!
    But I interest in this!!! :)

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  23. Amazing work. Fair dinkum scary.

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  24. That alien would look great in my garden.

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