Sunday, June 06, 2010

Bradford Graves Sculpture Park

Bradford Graves Sculpture ParkLast weekend, Janet and I dropped in on our friend, Verna Gillis, and the Bradford Graves Sculpture Park. Playfully named "In the Middle of Somewhere," it's actually in Kerhonkson, New York. Although he worked primarily in limestone, what strikes me most is his juxtaposition of different stones with varied texture.

Bradford Graves Sculpture
Bradford Graves Sculpture Park
I was also impressed by the setting (it was late afternoon on a beautiful day), and I've made a separate tribute to the sight of birch trees, bent over, like "girls on hands and knees that throw their hair before them over their heads to dry in the sun," a phrase from Robert Frost's poem "Birches."

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