Thursday, February 26, 2015

Pay Attention To The Finest Details

This is another one of the solo carvings, something of a more impressionist look to it. I didn't note the nationalities of each solo carver, but whoever did this one had an elaborate concept in mind.


40 comments:

  1. best yet to my eye



    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
    <3

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  2. This is very beautiful one.
    Have a happy day.

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  3. Um trabalho elaborado com requinte e detalhes.
    Belíssima escultura
    Tenha um ótimo dia
    Um abraço

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  4. The details of those small angels are truly marvelous.

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  5. @Cloudia: thanks!

    @Orvokki: thank you.

    @Tomas: thanks!

    @Gracita: thank you kindly.

    @Jan: the sculptor did wonders with it.

    @Karl: definitely.

    @Gill: it's quite a work of art.

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  6. Lots of fancy curves on this one. The artist must have a gentle touch.

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  7. It makes me think of the ocean.

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  8. It is very pretty, and I love the BLUE (ocean) at the back.

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  9. Don't know how they can do all those details using ice!

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  10. They put together some very detailed swirls.

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  11. It takes a special talent to work in ice....

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  12. I would really like to see these guys at work...

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  13. I love the details here, lovely!

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  14. Looks like those are cherubs again! Very nice design!

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  15. It reminds me of fiddleheads unfurling.

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  16. @EG: a very gentle touch.

    @Sharon: this one really came out beautifully.

    @Judy: I can see that.

    @Tex: thanks!

    @Gunn: putting the dark background really helps bring out the contrast in these things.

    @Cheryl: very carefully, and with many different tools.

    @Red: it's a gift, the carvers who build these.

    @Norma: it certainly does.

    @VP: I will have to remember to get some early shots in next year.

    @Linda: thanks!

    @Marleen: I certainly thought so.

    @Lauren: thanks!

    @Jen: thank you!

    @Ciel: I can see that as well, or possibly birds.

    @RedPat: thanks!

    @Hilary: now that's what I was thinking of, but I couldn't recall the term.

    @Whisk: they are short lived.

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  17. You continue your quest to show us some mighty 'fine' art. Cold art too.

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  18. Oh my goodness, that really is an intricate design and another beautiful piece. Even more wonderful when enlarged. Great shot!

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  19. Mind boggling both in inspiration and execution, what a task to come up with that piece of work, incredible.

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  20. @Birdman: very cold!

    @Denise: thanks!

    @Geoff: the preparations must have taken months.

    @Lois: I would think so.

    @Beth: very cool indeed.

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  21. It looks lo thin and delicate, as if a one degree rise in temperature and it would melt.

    Lovely,

    Janis
    GDP

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  22. reminds me of plants in the sea when snorkeling

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  23. Very pretty! It seems different from the others..

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