What is that guy doing in that river? Building a fish trap? A spirit catcher, maybe?
Photo above links to a Flickr set I took. I could work for days on a sculpture and, in the end, be less true than this man’s work emerging piece after piece over a couple of hours from the river’s rocks, his hands and his spirit.
For more of his river work, check out this post on Blog T.O
North of Toronto about 2 hours by highway (on a good winter day), the summer vacation area of Muskoka has a special attraction in winter too.
Travelling on x-country skis, I explored a golf course in it’s winter rest. The sand traps have become snow traps where fantastical forms wrap and transform the contours. The fairways become canvases for the sun and bare trees to paint an ever-shifting abstract pattern.
Spring, hot and rain
Summer, cool and rain
September tomato in the rain,
Waiting for the sun,
Waiting for some one
To take him home
Flickr ‘faved’ my shot of this hall in L.A. – that’s a compliment!
Heading south, the Monarch’s enjoy a snack in our garden before crossing Lake Ontario
White King on Flickr, the second photo set of my sculptures inspired by Chess