Sunday, September 16, 2018

"Swing Me Mama"

This is the last of the sculptures that I will show you from the ZimSculpt exhibition at the Toronto Botanical Garden. Titled "Swing Me Mama", it was done by artist Dominic Benhura, again out of springstone which seems to come in various colours. This was one of the tallest of the small scale ones and also the most expensive.

18 comments:

MarkD60 said...

This is a great sculpture. I might not have figured out without your title!

Andy said...

If I could do this my grandkids would love it. (•‿•)

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Fabulous! Four amazing sculptures that have been a delight to see Pat, merci beaucoup ✨

eileeninmd said...

Hello, This is one of my favorites. Very pretty sculpture. Happy Sunday, enjoy your day and new ahead.

Sharon said...

That one is so full of joy! I love it.

Lois said...

I love the title of this one!

Small City Scenes said...

Very interesting sculptures.
MB

William Kendall said...

Beautifully done!

Shammickite said...

I'd like to have this in my front garden!

bill burke said...

Wow! A great title and a beautiful sculpture.

Taken For Granted said...

This sculpture has great line and energy. RedPat, you can continue posting your sculpture photos as long as you like. I have enjoyed seeing every one so far.

21 Wits said...

Such a joyful sculpture! Beautiful.

Lea said...

I like it!
Have a wonderful week!

Cloudia said...

Strangely powerful and touching

boromax said...

Such a tremendous sculpture, and beautifully photographed. Excellent. Thank you for sharing this!

Iris Flavia said...

Ohhh, I love this one! Once my "little" Brother and I were swinging his Daughter when a man came by and said he hurt his child very badly doing this.... uh-oh ;-)

Karl said...

Lovely stylish sculpture, Pat !

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Stunning ...as are the cormorants below. The family ones like this were my favorites when we visited a park in Colorado that featured Zimbabwean sculptures. They are so beautifully done and you realize how families are the same everywhere ...and think about the small moments in life that are the most important.