Silent Sunday January 29, 2017 Related 9 responses to “Silent Sunday” Love this art piece, let’s hope peace, happens around the world. We sure could use it. I love the concept of silent Sunday and look forward to it each week. Always interesting and thought provoking. Thanks! I think my grandsons must have come by there when they were ages 4-6. 😉 However, very cool. It would be interesting to know what the motivation for the art piece was … frustration over the iPad automatic correction going terribly wrong and perhaps the artist pulled all the letters out of it and threw them in a heap? At first glance it looked like the letters were being sucked up to the armature at the top that seemed like an oil can … so my fanciful mind came up with the letters then being infused into the artwork at the back … perhaps as information or signatures. OK, I need coffee! ? Thank You Lori. I too look forward to the Saturday & Silent Sunday sharing. As fabric artists we need to sometimes look elsewhere & You always share just the thing to get me at least to stop & say, “Oh my goodness.” You do a great job. Love your photo and would like to know where I can see this artwork. Franconia Sculpture Garden in Franconia MN There is a very cool sculpture in Salinas, California (home of late author John Steinbeck) called “Hat in Three Stages of Landing”, I saw years ago that you might like to see, Lori, if you’re every out that way. Larger-than-life metal sculptures are so dwarfing, and cause interesting emotional reactions. I love the “letter spill”. an interesting piece of art !I love it Comments are closed.