Friday, September 19, 2008

'Arte Mar' (II)




Inside the white tent seen on the previous post are the works of João Pedro Vale, as part of the modern art exhibition on the sea promenade. The last one is made of salt (and other materials) and the other two are covered with bottle tops.

13 comments:

Steve Buser said...

Amazing work.

Silwy said...

I have never seen so original art which is connected by sea....it is interesting, how human brain can be inovative, isn't it?

marie6 said...

Such patience and such talent! Makes you wonder how they find the time to do these things!

Marcel said...

Cool! I love the bottle tops.

Mo said...

Great art.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

WOW! Very interesting and evocative, definitely looks not only nautical, but also sort of fishy 9
(scales.)

My Life In Montreal said...

Can I just say this is truly amazing! Imagine the hours, days, weeks that were put to finish the project.

Neva said...

What a great use of bottle caps!

David said...

"....underneath al currents
and drop my anchor
This is where Im staying
This is my home..."

Thats an impressive anchor. :)

JM said...

Glad you all liked those anchors work!
Thank you so much for your comments.

crittoria said...

So creative! I've never seen anything like it before...

Ken said...

I have seen many things made with bottle caps but this is truly unique.

tr3nta said...

Interesting sculpture... with Sagres taps... :-)