This post from Global Art Junkie raised my awareness and also a sudden question: Is an underwater museum a form of art outdoors? My guess is yes. What is yours?
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Header photo for ART OUTDOORS is “The Housatonic” by Rick and Laura Brown, Contemporary Sculpture at Chesterwood, MA, 2013.
writer, educator, museum volunteer; My camera and I are reflected in the blue globe within the sculpture installation,"The Sky is the Limit" by Geoff Nelson. From slideshow in post: HISTORIC AND CURRENT ART AT CHESTERWOOD
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Thanks for reblogging this post from my blog. What a great series of posts you have here!
Global Art Junkie is a great resource and inspiration for me. Many thanks to you!
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Thank you DeborahLee, very much appreciated. You picked a great art installation. They are phenomenal, as is the artist’s imagination!
This is amazing! Not only is it Art Outdoors, but art integrating nature.
Thank you, Deb, for discovering Jason Decaires Taylor.
Thanks Deb for introducing us to this
Inspiring example of species integration and