I thought Kansas City had a lot of sculptures, until I visited Budapest. There are fascinating sculptures everywhere! Sadly, I didn’t get a good photo of what is probably the most photographed statues in Budapest, Little Princess (Kis Kiralylany) by Laszlo Marton. It seems I always passed it too late at night and always without my tripod. […]
As a gift to the city of Copenhagen and its visitors this summer, a collection of Steinunn Thorarinsdottir’s statues have been placed around the city. Appearing in a variety of places, from Terminal 3 at the Copenhagen Airport to green parks, her collection references spirituality, introspection, and physicality.
The trip across the Atlantic is a long one. I left my house at 2:00 pm on Friday afternoon and walked into my hotel in Amsterdam at 5:00 pm on Saturday, local time. It was just enough time to quickly freshen up and then meet my friend Jennifer, who lives in Amsterdam, for a lovely […]
The four concrete columns that sit atop the Bartle Hall Convention Center are a distinct part of the Kansas City skyline. The sculptures that crown the columns are called “Sky Stations” and were placed on top of the pillars via helicopter. Bartle Hall Pylon Photo #1. Bartle Hall Pylon Photo #2. You Might Also Enjoy: Sculptures […]
This statue outside of Crescent Court is dedicated to the founding families of Dallas. A plaque near the piece, titled “The Dream is Passed On,” states that their “foresight and vision for a great city have become the heritage of present and future generations.” You Might Also Enjoy: One Thing, Three Ways: Fountain at Crescent […]
I love the way this sculpture, located in Ironwoods Park in Leawood not too far from the Oxford School House, is set on slabs of native stone with prairie grasses and wildflowers in the background. I’m sure it’s much more picturesque in the spring, or any summer not fighting an aggressive drought, but I found it […]