How do you place garden sculptures?
I know this may not look like your backyard (or mine) but as I was looking at it, I was reminded of the importance of placing sculptures in a garden. That David is not something you would want to rearrange like the furniture in your living room. What’s the smart thing to do? Make a cardboard cutout the size and shape of any sculpture you are thinking of installing in your garden. Move the cutout around until you are happy with the location. Sarasota, FL, USA
Terrocotta is vastly underused in contemporary building! Polychromatic terracotta with the plasticity of form plus the added benefit of all the color possibilities is bound to be “discovered” and popularized (anew) by some smart architect. Sarasota, FL, USA
This balustrade works like a pointillist painting.
I find it fascinating how in close up this balustrade looks almost busy, with six different spindles and a variety of caps and bases. However, as you step back and see it from a different distance the details become subverted into a consistent and augmented whole. Sarasota, FL, USA