Sculpture No.55 by pistonbroke

Sculpture No.55

For sculpture no. 55 I’m back with Henry Moore, whose work I never tire of. Two for the price of one, here – in the foreground is “Locking Piece” an early work made of glass fibre that dates from 1964, and in the background, “Knife Edge” a bronze from 1965. Almost every sculpture by Moore has it’s basis in a natural, found object – pebbles, bones, driftwood etc. that were collected, reworked and transformed by the artist. These two works fall into that category – “Locking Piece” was inspired by two pebbles Moore found in his garden, and “Knife Edge” by rocks and boulders from the Yorkshire dales
Another super capture. So interesting.
September 24th, 2014  
I like the "two for one" ... nice contrasts between light and dark. Interesting pieces...I like the soft curves and edges.
September 24th, 2014  
Another lovely shot -- wish I could see more of the sculpture !
September 24th, 2014  
Like the black and white.
September 24th, 2014  
Interesting..... I thought it was like a dolphins head at first glance........
September 24th, 2014  
I thought is was a dolphin's head, too! I love the curves and composition. Henry Moore is one of my favorite sculptors too.
September 24th, 2014  
Super capture,I like the smoothness of the sculpture:-)
September 24th, 2014  
Another great capture, I can really understand why you like Henry Moores work so much.
September 24th, 2014  
Love the smooth lines of Henry Moore.
September 24th, 2014  
I'm loving your sculpture series. Excellent view here through to the one beyond
September 24th, 2014  
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