zaterdag 14 juli 2012

Art 6

From the glass department Myungsu Seo

This bottles self-made with a glass blowing pipe
 contains water from all over the world. So has number 2 on the upper shelf amsterdam water, that one beneath berlin and the third on the lowest new york. It is written on the white paper but I am not shure you can read it on the blog photo.

A total of her end work. Looks like a glass rain for me.
I dedicate this post also to weekend reflections.

11 opmerkingen:

  1. Shalom s.c, nice to meet you. You have so many unusual things on your blog.
    I like the waters of the world art.
    Is there any "holy water" from the Jordan River, I wonder?

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  2. Unique concept and a really neat exhibit.

    Darryl and Ruth :)

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  3. Hallo Dina,

    I know that the second bottle on the fourth row from above contains water from Herzliya. But of it is Jordan water. I doubt it.

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  4. Water from all over the world. Quite an original idea. The first picture is really great.

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  5. Like your first photo!
    Greetings from north ; )

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  6. Love the glass, nice shots of interesting works. When you think of how important glass is to science and photography, not to mention architecture, small wonder that we can still be mesmerized by it...

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  7. A unique yet inspiring idea. Wouldn't want a strong wind to blow....

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  8. Love this concept. Beautiful dangling droplets.

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  9. A fascinating artistic concept. I wonder if you could see any slightest differences in the different waters?

    A great looking piece of art.

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  10. It's as if it was raining and time stopped. Very nice!

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