Sunday, April 6, 2008

April showers...April flowers

On Tuesday April 1, I cut my hair and got a job....not!

The sculpture for Green Bay is looking pretty good. The first half of this week was spent further refining the current forms on side B. There was considerable work on defining the outer geometric ring.

This sculpture has been fairly restless. It's being set back upright with the gantry crane. Meg does the work, while I watch.

By the end of the week, I have refined and polished the 2 geometric rings. This is side B.

This is side A. The sculpture looks like it is nearing completion, yet there is quite a bit of finish work to do.

Waterfalls and wildflowers are the theme of this weeks extracurricular pictures.

This is the first year that I've noticed these White Trout Lillies.

These Yellow Trout Lillies are only around for a short time.

We went exploring up in Yellowbank Wildlife Management Area on this sunny Sunday afternoon. We followed a stony bottomed creek.

A little further down, we found this little waterfall and a secluded pool.

Further down the creek was another waterfall and pool. This one has a live tree that bridges across the top. It'll be a great place to sit between slides into the pool when it gets hot.

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