A wonderful whimsical imagination Woytuk has...I think this is my favorite statue/sculpture yet!
His sculptures are so fun. Love that they have no deep meaning, they just put a smile on your face.
Love it... traveling sculptures are great ..and always fun to discover
I have swiped that bottom pic. You know why!
Holy cats this is awesome, thanks for the tip!
VERY cute. And the kind of sculpture I would like to make...maybe not so big. It did look at first like a bear.
That really does look like a bear . .. until you see the tail. Interesting!
Oh what fun - I really like that! **big smiles**
I think the fairly recent practice of distributing sculpture, temporarily, at random places in a big city is wonderful. It makes each walk a treasure hunt. Very nice capture of the color on your part! I especially like the difference in contrast, for the apple, between the second shot and the third.
Still hoping to get in to see those in person. Julie and I passed one when we came to see you in NYC. Maybe this one...
This is simply fantastic Daryl!
Won't Annie see it if we're going to Atlantic Grill?
Love these whimsical statues that appear spontaneously. Great shots.
As you know, love this artist ... take me by one when I'm up in Feb!
Very cool! And very large!
Excellent example of how different things can look depending on one's perspective. I truly thought it was a bear until I viewed the shot which allowed me to see the tail...interesting. Love it when you make me think!!
I love those sculptures...almost as much as water towers.
Me too, I also thought it was a bear at first, should have guessed by the cat like paws, but yes it all became clear when the tail appeared. Nice one Daryl.
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