A Little More from Broomhill

I wish it was possible to name all the artists and each piece of work at Broomhill, but I’d need a week there. So I’ll let you just enjoy – or otherwise, a few more sculpture shots.

Inside edge
Inside edge

From th other side you can see it's made from road signs and other reclaimed metal.
From th other side you can see it’s made from road signs and other reclaimed metal.

One of several of my favourites
One of several of my favourites

From the front
From the front

Not from the front!
Not from the front!

Any favourites or any that you strongly dislike?


16 thoughts on “A Little More from Broomhill

  1. Loved the first pic of the roses but didn’t like it when I saw the whole piece.I like the cactus man & the shoe. We must go for a visit.

  2. What an amazing variety Gilly!! The three ladies, your favourites, are beautiful, as is the one with the reflective circle. And I love the touch of whimsy in the last one 🙂

  3. how fantastic … yes I loved the roses too … but the women stand out, both stripy woman and the three women dancing … a very strong work! Also love the circle one as does Madhu … so much great sculpture 🙂

  4. I don’t know that I’d describe it as ‘like’ but the one hidden under the bush, (3 from last) it’s a powerful art piece.
    I do like the three ladies dancing. 😉

  5. Fan-tab-u-lous! I like the roses on the front as well and the last picture of ‘not the front’ made me laugh out loud.

    I would l.o.v.e. to go for a visit. All the sculptures are out of this world. What a lovely way to spend a day. 🙂

  6. What an amazing outdoor gallery on the sunny day.
    I like the metal signs Sputnik, the couple on the park bench and the last one, but I’m disappointed you felt the need to censor it. I want to see what you didn’t want us to see. I hope it ISNT a penis, but then it could be a she….go on be a devil.
    Lovely post.

  7. There isn’t nothing to dislike with art like those, Gilly. I would had multiple posts too if I was there. The shoe fits my description of awesome. 🙂

  8. I like the shoe the best as well. I can see one would need to allocate a whole day to visiting this place and be out front at opening time. Thanks for keep on keeping on with the wonderful photos of this place Gilly.

  9. Interesting pieces, in a fabulous setting, Gilly! I’m not sure that I’d like to own any of them but they do provoke thought and I guess that’s what art is all about! 🙂

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