Sculpture by Michael Naranjo Known as The Artist Who Sees With His Hands, Native American sculptor Michael Naranjo lost his eyesight and the full use of one hand as the result of a grenade explosion during the Vietnam War. In spite of his injuries, for decades he has been creating bronze sculptures with a trademark matte…
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Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge: Sculptures, Statues, Carvings
At the Booth Museum of Western Art in Cartersville, GA See more statues, sculpture and carvings or join Cee’s challenge here.
Travel Theme: Paper
Paper sculpture “Calf Roper” was sculpted in 2003 by artist Alan Eckman who, along with his wife Patty, is a pioneer in the field of paper sculpture. The Eckmans developed a process of paper casting that uses paper to produce works of art with the form and detail of bronze. This piece is on display at…
Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge: Wheels
An unusual wheel To see more wheels or to join the photo challenge, heck out Cee’s post here.
Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge
Weights for the glass elevator, Booth Western Art Museum See more odd ball photos or join Cee’s challenge here.
A unique museum in a small town: the Booth Western Art Museum
The small town of Cartersville, Georgia (population less than 20,000 people) houses one of the most unique museums in the United States. The Booth Western Art Museum, which opened in 2003, contains the country’s largest permanent exhibition space for art of the American West. Permanent galleries feature contemporary Western art, historic Western art, Civil War…