Monday, February 15, 2016

A lonely blue flute player

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A lonely flute player on the big open lawn of the Open Museum in Omer Industrial Park.


We saw another very blue work by the late Ofra Zimbalista at Beilinson Medical Center.
Remember the bombastic interpretation of the symbolism of her colors that I quoted?


Behind her is one of many hi-tech companies on the campus and the sculpture by Ilan Averbuch called "Wheat in Berlin."


You'll be seeing other creations from the Open Museum collection in future posts.
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(Linking to Our World Tuesday.)
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16 comments:

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Your blue lady flute player is lovely Dina. At first I thought it was one of the 'human' statues, buskers, that you see in cities around the world :)

Gosia k said...

original statue

cieldequimper said...

Now that's totally different! I like the last photo in particular.

eileeninmd said...

Hello, the blue flute player is a cool statue! Great photos and post. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!

Jael said...

I live next to a park with 3 of her blue figurines:)

colleen said...

I love that she is THAT blue!

Alice said...

I love this photo.

Fun60 said...

That's a beautiful sculpture.

genie said...

What a wonderful blue sculpture. I like all the detail the artist was able to sculpt into this piece. I would love to have this in my yard. It is a beauty.

William Kendall said...

What an eye catching sculpture!

Photo Cache said...

What a beautiful statue.

thehiddenpanorama.com said...

An interesting sculpture in an open area and another thing about its colors.

VP said...

I like Ofra Zimbalista: her works are so natural!

Karl Demetz said...

I like the blue color of this flute player, very original !

Jackie Mc Guinness said...

I hope she doesn't feel that blue!! I love sculptures in the open like this.

Kay said...

Are they always blue? I'm not so sure I like it very much.