Friday, March 25, 2011

Mobile



Alexander Calder's work on display at the CCB, Lisbon

23 comments:

Sylvia K said...

What gorgeous captures, JM! Love the shadows in the last one! Superb! Enjoy your weekend!

Sylvia

Nefertiti said...

tres joli mobile et photographie,bravo !

michelangelo in the kitchen said...

Calder is one of my favorite sculptors. He actually invented the mobiles. Thanks for showing these beautiful photos!

Sailor said...

Wonderful work of art and great photography.

Jack said...

I like the composition and the light in the top photo, JM. Nice.

Photo Cache said...

so simple, fluid, delicate, and totally gorgeous.

jennyfreckles said...

I especially like the composition of the top photo - and the shadows in the second one. A very interesting choice of subject.

Amin said...

Very beautiful work!

Gunn said...

Creative and nice ART!:)

Kristen's Paintings said...

Now that's different. Love it!

Bob Crowe said...

That's brilliant composition. B&W was the right choice. You could have been photographing fish from under water, looking back up at the sun.

Randy said...

I love his work. The shadows are wonderful.

Joan Elizabeth said...

I can imaging the gently movement.

J Bar said...

That's beautiful. Wnderful shot.
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Joanne said...

Que lindas estas fotos, as cores são demais!

VP said...

I like your pictures of it an that is all a I can say...

brattcat said...

What a wonderful composition you've made with that top shot.

Genie said...

This is an awesome sculpture and a wonderful capture. After looking at the paintings and sculptures posted this weekend, I am think it is a time for a pilgrimage to DC to the museums. I feel like I am going through museum withdrawal. Lovely photography.

Birdman said...

Always enjoy a look at his work.

Dina said...

I like this mobile more than his stabile we have in Jerusalem.

T. Becque said...

Nice angle - you've made art!

Small City Scenes said...

Interesting!! MB

Kate said...

Calder's work is so identifiable and you did a terrific job with B&W and light and shadow.