Saturday, February 14, 2015

Musician Art

Art and music make their presence felt in this sculpture by a Canadian team.  The painter's brush and palette are mixed with music notes and the instrument (it looks like a double bass to me) into one sculpture.


35 comments:

  1. The museum of ice figures must be enormous.

    Tomás.

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  2. There's no end to the imagination with these ice sculptures William.

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  3. I have a new favourite every day! This is a lovely arts still life!

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  4. Very creative and another brilliant sculpture.

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  5. These ice sculptures are so pretty, William !

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  6. I can´t say which is my favourite. They are all pretty!

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  7. A very good ice sculpture that emphasizes the right things! Happy Valentine's Day to you! For the next two weeks I'll be sunning in Mazatlán, México and blogging from there. I invite you to come visit me at
    http://kate-mazatlanmexico.blogspot.com

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  8. Art and music in ice, a very clever bit of thinking

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  9. @Whisk: thanks!

    @Tomas: they tend to be taller than people, often around eight feet in height.

    @Grace: there certainly isn't.

    @Anna: it's a pleasure to show these.

    @Ciel: thank you!

    @Denise: thanks!

    @Karl: I certainly do think so.

    @Revrunner: very cool.

    @Marleen: thanks!

    @Gill: I certainly think it is.

    @Kate: I shall check your blog out over there!

    @Geoff: it really is clever.

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  10. at first glance, i saw a big, round fish with a swishy tail and a hook in its mouth. :)

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  11. This one is extremely thin. Must have been extra hard to do!

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  12. That is a very unique design! I love how the brush and musical instrument are mixed. Great art work!

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  13. EG used the right word "artsy" seems to fit perfectly.

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  14. Wow - the images are great in this one!

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  15. @Tex: some of them are wide open to interpretation. I've got some solo carver sculpture shots yet to come that are like that.

    @Janis: one mistake and that would have been it.

    @Tamago: it's quite unusual.

    @EG: so did I.

    @Sharon: it does.

    @Linda: definitely!

    @RedPat: thanks!

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  16. You've found a very productive source for awesome photos.

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  17. Nice mix of the arts and a lovely abstract. Here we have prizes in the realistic and abstract divisions, so it gives creations like this more of a chance to shine. It's really hard to compare abstract and realistic and say which is better.

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  18. William, what is the setting for the sculptures? They have curtains around them! I keep meaning to ask you!

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  19. Esta escultura musical é fantástica! ô coisa linda de se ver.
    Um abraço

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  20. Just spend some time, William, catching up on this week's ice sculpture posts from Winterlude. All are simply amazing and beautifully done works and it is a shame they will eventually melt down.

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  21. @Red: there's been no shortage of photo ops with this!

    @MB: thanks!

    @Cheryl: thank you.

    @Shelly: I certainly think so.

    @Birdman: that's a good way to put it.

    @Elaine: we have more of a ratio favouring realistic, if one can call fantasy figures realistic, over abstract. There are competitions between these sculptures, done by teams of two, and the sculptures done by solo carvers.

    @Jennifer: they are in Confederation Park, downtown. If you happen to come in, it's still on through the holiday Monday.

    @Gracita: thank you!

    @Beatrice: they are one of my favourite things about living here. The sculptures won't last, but the photographs do!

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  22. I'll be honest. I like yesterday's much more than this one.

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  23. These are all so good! I love seeing all this amazing sculpture!

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