Rococo Garden musings

Mar 23, 2013 | Light, Musings

After a day of teaching, despite being cold to the bones I take myself to the place where 1/2/3? of my future carvings will be exhibited during this years “Art in the Garden“. The plunge pool, what draws me to it is the highly structured square element and within it water, that flows freely despite it’s constrained environment, then there is this “funny” fountain, a portal, a wall…

Plunge pool as viewed from fountain, Rococo Garden

Plunge pool as viewed from fountain, Rococo Garden

Standing behind the fountain, slightly raised above the plunge pool I am playing with the possibility to position a carving on top of the fountain wall, would it hold the weight, could I incorporate the strong form of the arch…?

Fountain by plunge pool, Rococo Garden

Fountain by plunge pool, Rococo Garden

Plunge pool& fountain, Rococo Garden

Plunge pool& fountain, Rococo Garden

So many thoughts, so many possibilities, such a busy life, I keep going….the next step is to get a big lump of rock, let go of ideas, knowing that ideas that are of value to me rarely develop in my head.

Add water to water

Add water to water

 

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