Saturday, February 11, 2012

"November Pyramid"


Another of the pieces in High Park from the International Sculpture Symposium of 1967, this steel piece called "November Pyramid" was done by German artist Bernard Schottlander. It is situated beside one of the off-leash dog trails so gets lots of viewers especially on nice weekend days.

15 comments:

Paul in Powell River said...

If it's beside the off-leash dog trail I'm pretty sure the doggies use it for something else!

EG Wow said...

I must admit I smiled when I read Paul's comment. :) This reminds me of the wooden puzzles that were popular way back when.

Lowell said...

I like! It reminds of those little puzzles we used to play with in the car on long trips - back when I was a kid. You know, the "Middle Ages." Oops, I see EG already said the same thing. She's so quick!

Eyeliquor said...

Nice image!

La Principessa Errante said...

Jenga anyone? Love this!

Jack said...

I have to go with the Jenga comments. It is from the right time.

Regina K said...

I'm up for Jenga! It is always nice to find sculpture to appreciate no matter where in the park.

Randy said...

Interesting piece. Very interesting.

Sharon said...

Interesting name for this piece. I might have used the word puzzle in the name instead.

Leif Hagen said...

That's another fantastic sculpture! I envy your city's collection of outdoor art!!

LĂșcia said...

This is the kind of park I'd love to visit!
Have a good Sunday RedPat! ;-)

Halcyon said...

I rather prefer the other two sculptures. But I guess this one has its appeal as well.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Definitely inspired by Jenga Sharon! It's almost unanimous!

NixBlog said...

Great to have art to enjoy in a park. Different styles provide variety and please many people with different tastes. Great series of captures!

JM said...

I like this very much!