Archive for the 'Sculpture' Category

Meat Monument

Digital Redrawn of an old sketch from the mid 1970’s


Swordfish Mailbox

Swordfish Mailbox

Swordfish Mailbox

Calvert County, Maryland

Ishmael at Salisbury University

Ishmael was inspired by the award winning 1992 novel of the same name by Daniel Quinn. [1] The Novel begins, “Teacher seeks pupil. Must have a desire to save the world.” The young man who responds finds the teacher to be a 450 pound silverback gorilla named Ishmael. Ishmael is a student of ecology, life, freedom and the human condition as well as a teacher to humans for survival on Earth. The sculptor, Bart Walter was inspired by the thoughtful insights of Ishmael. From hundreds of sketches made from observing silverback gorillas at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C., Walter created the statue which simulaneously captures the essence of Ishmael. presents a real gorilla and functions as a work of art. Walter is internationally known for his distinctive approach to surface and texture in his wildlife statues in bronze and wood.”

Bart Walter [American, 1958- ]
Ishmael, Cast 1995
Foundry – Art of Casting of Colorado,
Loveland, Colorado.

If They Give You Lined Paper, Write Sideways, book by Daniel Quinn

“…no one with anything important to say has ever managed to encompass the whole of it in one book,”

Hagen’s Garden

On Route 24 [26380 John J. Williams Highway, Millsboro, Delaware] we passed a yard full of Colorful Sculptures & flower beds. On our return from Rehoboth we stopped to take a few pictures. [I will have to stop earlier in the day when the light is better]

Judy & Lou Hagen cooperatively design their Recycled Metal Sculptures. Lou does the welding and Judy does the finishing. Whimsical & Colorful Work… “the shape of metal is reborn when the imagination gives it form.”

Feeding Giraffes !

Flowers for the Garden

Some big Dragonflies in Delaware !

Dragonfly & Flowers

Flying Fish

Kinetic & Stationary Flowers

Dragonfly Attacks House

Preying Mantis Feeding in the Bush.

Flying Lizzie

The M & M’s

Blue Flower

Garden Trellis.

Sculpture Studies

Scientist Cliffs Series, Acrylic on Plywood, circa 1994

Love Creek Series, Acrylic on Canvas, circa 1988

The whole reason for these works is the sculptural elements that are part of the Landscape… I couldn’t afford to make them so I painted them.

¿ Sculpture ?

or Large Knick Knacks ?  © 2008 Ed Zerne

His Master’s Voice

Nipper listening in Baltimore © 2008 Ed Zerne

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