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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.

Pamela.


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

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Comments


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!
Ian
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.
James
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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