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Serenity 3

By pamelajean
This is the third and last upload in this small series of pictures of the Serenity sculpture by Brendon Murless, a contemporary figurative sculptor who exhibited it in 2019 at the Sir Harold Hillier “Art In The Garden” event.

Brendon says:-
“While I start my sculptures with an idea or theme, I also leave them open to interpretation by the viewer.
My sculptures are either unique pieces or limited editions and combine the understanding, knowledge and love of a vast range of materials and techniques in bronze, copper, wood, stone and resins”.

Thank you for looking, for your interest, your comments, votes and awards on this short series.


Tags: Exhibition Head General Limited edition Garden sculpture Romsey Sir Harold Hillier Gardens Art in the Garden Brendon Murless Jermyns Lane Public Sculpture

Voters: Bzox, mrswoolybill, Chinga and 47 more

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mrswoolybill Plus
14 2.8k 2404 United Kingdom
14 Apr 2021 4:36PM
This is my favourite of the series, the angle is prefect and the curved railings balance the face nicely.
I still reckon b&w would work... Wink
Chinga Plus
10 3 2 United Kingdom
14 Apr 2021 4:37PM
So very appealing... The correct title for this fine sculpture Pam...
Isabel GrinGrinGrin
taggart Plus
16 47 14 United States
14 Apr 2021 4:43PM
The head works well with the plants---striking color!
mac Plus
19 12 Scotland
14 Apr 2021 5:02PM
The metal hoops fences it in amongst the plants - A nice feeling of peace and tranquillity!
bricurtis Plus
15 2.4k 51 England
14 Apr 2021 5:07PM
An excelent finale - head beautifully placed within the composition - great colour sculpture.
I cant tink why anyone would want to turn it B&W.Smile
jacomes Plus
6 28 38 Portugal
14 Apr 2021 6:35PM
Again an excellent photo Pamela, this sculpture makes a delightful subject. The perfect positioning of the head in the frame with the leading curve of the railings and the foliage really pushes the path into insignificance - as if anything could compete with such a marvellous artwork! The colours of the blue-green sculpture and the yellow-green foliage complement each other perfectly too. A B&W image? possible but it would be so different, and quite difficult to do.
LynneJoyce Plus
12 22 101 United Kingdom
14 Apr 2021 7:02PM
All of the above and then some.
14 Apr 2021 8:04PM
Lovely composition - so many elements working harmoniously. A wonderfully calming image and very effective when viewed in full screen.
Lillian Plus
11 23 17 United Kingdom
14 Apr 2021 9:42PM
a really beautiful composition Pamela
richmowil Plus
12 446 2 England
14 Apr 2021 11:06PM
Very good composition.
TrevBatWCC Plus
12 13 19 England
15 Apr 2021 1:23PM
One of my favourites in this series too, it's the viewpoint that does it 😃👍
Trev 😀

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