I am sending you a gallery of interesting artwork in wood, bronze, sand and more, from an outdoor exhibition in Denmark. You might recognize some fantasy figures, and Erik Röde, HC Andersen and The Pied Piper of Hamelin. The exhibition was really nice, and we were allowed to watch the skilled artists at work. Earplugs were handed out!
The beautiful painted wall was indoors, and decorated for a party. In the header, another hall decorated for a wedding.
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Ooo these are amazing! Especially the man growing bigger and bigger and the next face among flowers. I wish to warn you that the second photo – the one before the growing man – does not display. Maybe you have deleted it by accident?
Ah – glad you liked the post! And yes…thank you for the warning. I have tried twice to get that photo in, so it is gone again? The funny thing is I can see it in the preview, but then it is gone!
I can’t see it at all, not when I open the post, neither if I click on it. Only a little square appears in the middle of my screen.
I know, thank you. I might try uploading it again, but failed twice already. Must be something wrong with that picture.
Wow, some brow raising captures here 🧐
I’ll take the heads in the grass please!
😀 Mr Anderson himself!
A fascinating exhibition, wish I could visit it. Definitely, the face with grass for hair and I liked the seated figures of the old man, probably a Danish fairy-tale but he reminded me of Merlin.
I could agree – Merlin!
That lion is amazing and I love the face with grass for hair 🙂
Glad you liked those ones, Sarah! It was a very varied park, interesting walk.
Love the bronzes disappearing into the ground and that Viking WOW 🙂 🙂
HC Andersen! But I don’t know any of his fairy tales that could be connected here. And Erik Röde is the most famous Viking…he went to Greenland and North America FIRST. A tough guy.
I didn’t know Andersen was also a sculptor!!! Anyone wielding an axe isn’t to be messed with I reckon 😂
He wasn’t, as far as I know. I just thought the sculptor here had a fairy tale reason for displaying HCA like this. I do know HCA dabbled with paperclips though…
Oh sorry for the misunderstanding. They are of him not by him. I loved reading stories of Vikings. Is that Eric the Red?
Yes, Erik Röde!
I realy like these kind of exhibitions !
like Gallivanta we like most the painted wall. We found the heads in the grass a good idea as well. We don’t like so much the style of the sculptures. They are too dramatic for our liking.
Wishing you all the best and thanks for showing
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🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂
Thank you, yes, HC Andersen multiplied and disappearing. But I don’t recognize any connection to his fairy tales, so I’d like to ask the artist about his thinking there.
It was fascinating to see what fine sculpturing you can do with a chainsaw…even if that kind av art would not be bought by me…
I love the painted wall! The other exhibitions are fascinating, too.
How I loved it too! Fascinating to see the skilled artist working too. Imagine chainsaw and fine cutting?
Given the opportunity I would eagerly return to Denmark just to visit this inspiring display . . .
Love the heads in the grass 🙂
Me too! HC Andersen!
Fantastic! Love it!
I thought so too!