My Take — Outdoor Sculptures At The J.Paul Getty Museum   3 comments

“My Take” — image by kenne

The J. Paul Getty Museum has graced its beautiful campus with a diverse collection of outdoor sculpture art. This image contains two such works. The one in the foreground is Robert Adams’ “Two.” In the background to the left of Two is Mark di Suvero’s “Gandydancer’s Dream.”  Each is beautifully placed in the garden’s area of the Getty Museum, providing a view of parts of Los Angeles. Each sculpture represents a dramatic work of art, yet each left me wondering about its symbolism. My image is an attempt to express my take on the art and its location.

kenne

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  3. Reblogged this on Becoming is Superior to Being and commented:

    This sculpture by Robert Adams at the J. Paul Getty Museum is in some of several garden areas, this one overlooking Los Angeles. As I often do with some of my images, I used Photoshop to do my take on the image taken around Thanksgiving, 2011. — kenne

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