Here in Denver I help run a group called the Denver Illustration Salon and every Saturday we meet up at a local hot dog place and host a Drink n' Draw. That's where I sketched this guy up and start... - I like the roar of this dragon and how it is looking upward
by Antony Gormley. [Image #4 of Week: Feb. 10th - 14th]. I really like this image because it's like a human caterpillar, a person taken over by dark feeling left only to stand and attack others. I wonder what he meant by this sculpture, it's kind of depressing.
Barbara Hepworth This piece of art demonstrates space in between each tear dropped ring. I like how the gradation from the shadows creates an interesting effect. the repetition of the rings becoming increasingly smaller is very nice. the piece is perfectly balanced because there is a ring that faces each way at least once.
Wow, that's pretty literal. * The kiss of death ~ This astonishing sculpture forms part of Barcelona’s Poblenou Cemetery. The Kiss of Death (El Petó de la Mort in Catalan and El beso de la muerte in Spanish) dates back to 1930. A winged skeleton bestows a kiss on the lips of a handsome young man: is it ecstasy on his face or resignation? Little wonder the sculpture elicits strong and varying responses from whoever gazes upon it. *