It’s possible my first impression of this Wacky Sculpture Park has skewed my attitude. They hold a well attended art event one weekend every year. It’s always on Mother’s day weekend. I used to be the Sunday Morning opening performing artist. That was “my spot” because I was easy to set up. Easy – anytime of the day – is good. First thing in the morning is Best. I also sang happy, uplifting songs.
Every year I zoomed all night from where ever my concert was. Usually I was driving from Mankato, Minnesota. Managing to arrive in time for a quick nap, shower and on-time arrival in the back lot of the Sculpture Park. Park Services would set up a mobile stage across from a huge red sculpture.
Recently my pupster has taken me for a few walks. The Sculpture Park invites well mannered canines to escort their people. There are trails, sidewalks, open spaces and, wacky views. My fluffy friend has given me a new attitude.
Wacky Sculpture Park
This was created by Jonathan Borofsky. It’s called “Man With a Briefcase at #2968443,” 1986. “Towering White Collar Worker” – (part of the official description) – kinda sad or sinister story. Sign says, “Look, But Do Not Touch”
just thought you might want to know each piece has a story. Here’s a fun one:
Here’s a picture of the huge red sculpture:
Here’s something terrific. Dogs can be members. Sometimes they star in the newsletter.
Happy Adventures to YOU!
love & love,
georgy & her puppy