Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Song-osity: Masterpieces

Someday, everything is going to be smooth like a rhapsody...
When I {sculpt} my masterpiece. 

{When I Paint My Masterpiece - Bob Dylan}

This past week had too much sadness and heartbreak. My photographer's soul needed some time with my camera this weekend.

I went out to Lincoln to the De Cordova Museum. They have an extensive sculpture garden and I wandered around the grounds for an hour and change enjoying the stunning works in the collection.

Spending time with such beautiful and masterful works of art warmed my heart. It reminded me there is still much beauty and light in the world today.

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17 thoughts on the matter:

Bekah said... {Reply}

I'm so sorry for all the hurt in your heart right now; love it that quiet times with cameras can be needed therapy. I get it!

Brooke Neal said... {Reply}

Cool sculptures!

Jackie Mc Guinness said... {Reply}

I do love outdoor art sculptures!

Gina Kleinworth said... {Reply}

WOW- what an amazing place!!!!!!

Heather{Our Life In a Click} said... {Reply}

I'm glad that your photography gave you some comfort. You captured some really cool sculptures!

Kathy McB said... {Reply}

I hope your heart and soul are mending. I always am intrigued when a lyric from a song is pulled out to stand on it's own...and makes me realize how truly magnificent it is. Bob Dylan is a master, and your photographs illustrate it perfectly. Thanks for joining in at Song-ography.

Tom said... {Reply}

So sorry to hear about the sadness in your week, but let me tell you that you sure increased my joy level with such cool stuff from De Cordova Museum. Man oh man do I have to check this place out!!!!

Rebecca said... {Reply}

Wonderful sculptures. I'm glad you found a place to warm your heart again.

NC Sue said... {Reply}

Interesting artwork! Nice shots.
Thanks for linking up at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/11/chicago.html

Sharon said... {Reply}

I love how your photography can bring peace. Music does that too, right? What would life be without our arts?!

you-wee because said... {Reply}

Art is a way of survival...

likeschocolate said... {Reply}

You keep adding things to my list of things to see the next time I come to Boston again. '

Lea said... {Reply}

Very interesting!
I like the large head the best.
There is a lot of pain in the world, but we still have a lot to be thankful for.
Happy Thanksgiving!

Clairejustine oxox said... {Reply}

Beautiful pictures Tamar, I am sorry to hear about your sadness this week :)

Nicki said... {Reply}

Tamar - I am quite late getting around to posts. I have thought mournfully for you and your community with recent events and am glad you went out and found hope and inspiration and strength - for all we hold dear, we can never give in to hatred or fear.

Linda said... {Reply}

That's a great display of sculpture! May you continue to find solace when you seek it.

Anonymous said... {Reply}

Beautiful. I'm glad you found a good place to heal your soul.