Saturday 27th May 2017

by Stephanie June. 02, 2017 826 views

I spent today with a group of photographer friends at the Henry Moore Foundation, where we first had an interesting talk from Chris about Moore's photography and the changes to his style of working over time. We then enjoyed further insights into his work as Chris guided us around some of the sculptures, showing how the art could be view from very different perspectives, as well as the history of certain pieces. After a a choice of wonderful salads or delicious home made cakes, we spent the afternoon wandering individually around the sculptures in the garden and fields.

Large Totem Head Bronze 1968 -mono

Large Totem Head Bronze 1968 -mono

Family group Bronze 1948-49

Family group Bronze 1948-49

Three piece Reclining figure, Draped. Bronze 1975    or is it a .......

Three piece Reclining figure, Draped. Bronze 1975 or is it a .......

....stylised Rabbit?

....stylised Rabbit?

Close up texture of the Bronze above makes me believe it was meant to be a rabbit not as the title suggests a 'Reclining fgure'

Close up texture of the Bronze above makes me believe it was meant to be a rabbit not as the title suggests a 'Reclining fgure'

'Double oval'  Bronze 1966

'Double oval' Bronze 1966

Double exposure of bronze entitled ' Knife edge-2 piece ' and the Birch trees above it!

Double exposure of bronze entitled ' Knife edge-2 piece ' and the Birch trees above it!

Large reclining figure - Bronze 1984

Large reclining figure - Bronze 1984

' Large reclining figure-2 '

' Large reclining figure-2 '

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Helen Hooker 2 years, 12 months ago

You found some great angles Steph. I still haven't had time to edit my shots from the day yet - hopefully that'll happen this evening!

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Stephanie Replied to Helen Hooker 2 years, 12 months ago

I'm sure you'll have some great shots when you can sort them Helen, Look forward to seeing them too

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