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Meg's Pause

  • Posted Aug. 20, 2010 by Artbee in Artwork. Viewed 12302 times

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This sculpture is one of many creations by “David Hind” whose art is created entirely with recycled metals.

Meg's Pause is a fifteen foot drawing of hands in steel, it is a magnificent piece.

This sculpture shows the tender exchange of a rock between hands .

Artist, musician, and metalworker of functional objects, David Hind, considered by many to be a “green” artist is the creator of “Meg's Pause.”

David was born in Hamilton Ontario and now resides in Brantford Ontario where he continues to produce beautiful art and music.

You can view more of Davids brilliant art work on his website “Dave Hind Thingmaker” [davehind.com]

Metal Sculpture…..

Standing 15 feet high…..

Showing a tender exchange of a rock……

Between two hands……

On display at Glenhyrst Gardens in Brantford Ontario Canada…….

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    • # Saku

      What a wonderful sculpture! But your captures are more than it!!! Greatl!!!!!

      2010.08.23 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Ricardo

      OMG
      can you believe from here it looks like a drawing!?:O
      excellent!
      i'm speechless!

      2010.08.22 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Jeff Cornish

      This is fantastic. You captured it perfectly. I thought it was a cartoon at first! Great!!!!!!!!!!!!

      2010.08.22 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Brenda Nelson

      The only words that come to mind are "stunning" and "spectacular"! Thanks for showing this to us!!

      2010.08.21 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Bo Jong

      I love how you captured the sculpture in pictures 1, 2, 3, and 4. Well done. :)

      2010.08.21 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Moira

      TFS this interesting sculpture. DiD you edit it in the first ones and half of the last to show the details more?

      2010.08.21 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Eiram

      This is a beautiful sculpture and you captured it perfectly!
      Great work!

      2010.08.21 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Nancy

      I especially love this series. My wonderful mother in law did metal sculptures, hope to follow in her foot sets...collecting metal:)) The first three are striking, impressive and Wow by you and the artist!! The third is my fav for the detail against the sky...Great Artbee, Thanks for sharing:-))

      2010.08.21 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Redro

      I like it very much.The whole thing: the idea, the execution, the meaning. Especially the look in your chosen angles against the trees and sky. I'll check to see more of his artwork.Thanks

      2010.08.21 Edited Reply Cancel