Thursday, 15 July 2010

Fantasy Sculpture...

While I was trawling the internet yesterday for some inspiration for the Garden. I came across this site, Brunos Art and Sculpture Garden.
The Garden is located in Marysville, Australia. Unfortunately, in February 2009 a bush fire raged through the Garden's, but through all the adversity, the Sculptor is painstakingly rebuilding.
There are some fabulous Sculptors and what inspiration for some miniature creations. There are lots more over on the web site.
The bottom photograph was another one, I found on the web, but there was no information to go with it..
Thank you, to My Wee Life, who left a comment letting me know that the bottom Sculpture, is located at The Lost Gardens Of Heligan.







15 comments:

Janice said...

Wow!

My Wee Life said...

Thanks for sharing that - what beautiful sculptures. The last one looks very similar to one at the Lost Gardens of Heligan called the Giants Head I think!

BiWuBär said...

Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful link with us. This garden areal must be a magic place!

Greetings
Birgit

Debbie said...

Thank you for the Heads Up (pardon the pun) on the lost garden, my Wee life. I'll edit my post. xxx

Christel Hutson said...

what amazing sculptures, I think my favorites are the snail shell girl, and the thin child on the panthers back..really awesome! thanks for sharing these Debbie xoxo Christel

Jean Day said...

Debbie, So interesting and beautiful, thank you for sharing this. Jean♥

KC-Design said...

Wow...thank you for sharing so beautiful pictures with us, Debbie. My favorite is the tree, wonderful and so mystic....
Hugs,
Karin

Debie Lyons said...

These are just right up my steet thank you Debs.

Debie xxxxxxxxxxx

Mooghiscath said...

Superbe !

Sabiha Barkey said...

Wow, amazing! Wonderful sculptures!

Hope they find out what is going on with your legs soon? And the kittens...so cute!!!!

Sabihax

shannonc60 said...

I've been to Bruno's garden three times (before the fire) and found it enchanting. He also did a lot of sculpture from found objects which I think weren't so lucky as the pottery ones but were just amazing.I'd highly recommend anyone who has the chance to visit.

Sans! said...

These are just amazing! Thanks for the link Debbie, will love to visit the garden one day!

I hope Eva sees this :). It's very her, I feel :).

Desert Rubble said...

Those are amazing! How heartbreaking to lose them and even more amazing to have the heart left to rebuild, that's wonderful. Thanks for sharing that.
Lynn

Dark Squirrel Victoria said...

Beautiful!!! hope you are feeling better.

Victoria

CWPoppets said...

Oh, my! How beautiful! I wish I had some of them in my garden! Have to learn how to make bigger sculptures ...lol

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