Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Where Dreamers Dream

There is a garden
not just of living things.


Dejeuner Déjà Vu, Seward Johnson
'Déjeuner Déjà Vu' is inspired by Edouard Manet’s 'Déjeuner Sur L’Herbe'

But a garden
that inspires dreams.



Where daydream believers
join nighttime dreamers
to hide beneath those bluebird's wings
and dream the day away.


Depression Breadline, George Segal

Oh yeah, there is such a place.

Copyright Violation! by Seward Johnson
Inspiration: Claude Monet painting, 'Terrace Ste Adresse'

A life-giving garden,
that breathes a breath of life
into each artist's dream.


Inspired by Vermeer's Girl With the Pearl Earring


Come along and let yourself dream too.

RelativeFrederick Morante
Relative, Frederick Morante

Afterall, it's a dreamy kind of day.


All images taken at
Grounds for Sculpture,
Trenton, NJ.

Click here for more of my
images from Grounds for Sculpture.
With 42 acres...
there are a lot more images to be taken
on my next, not as cold, visit.


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10 comments:

  1. triple WOW! i had no idea this place existed, your photos are art of the art...

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  2. your gallery is locked and needs a password

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  3. Wow, these are amazing. I especially like the photo of the bread line sculpture. What an amazing place. I would love to visit that place someday.

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  4. Beautiful shots! One of these days I'll finally go to this place.

    Regarding your question. I've only tried "shooting from the hip" only once and I failed miserably. Now I just try to be as discrete as possible but I am willing to be obvious if the situation is fleeting. It's embarrassing at times but it gets easier the more I do it, especially if I get good shots. Thanks for the compliment! :-)

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  5. Good to see you back. Downsizing can help us to focus on something. Lovely images.

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  6. Looks like an amazing place to visit.

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  7. There is a small sculpture garden NW of me. I like the first two best and of course Claude, who I see in many of my pics.

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  8. What an awesome collection. I would love to visit there. I Love the Seward Johnson visualization of Monet by far the best. I visited his home place so I am especially attached to picture by him and about him. Lovely captures.

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  9. I would love to visit this garden with my camera - so interesting. I love the Vermeer girl interpretation - one of my favourite artists. Thanks for visiting Weekend Walks - even though I didn't manage to get it set up for the weekend!

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  10. I am really impressed with this garden and with your walk there. Monet...the girl with the pearl earring....all artists that I am interested in as well as you must be.
    JM Illinois

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