mardi, août 28, 2007

Bob Brennen #2 : Thru The Door (de Jour #1)

Bob Brennen est un sculpteur américain. Il a installé son atelier depuis 1991 à Snecma Moteurs (Entreprise d'Evry qui développe des moteurs pour avions civils et militaires, pour lanceurs spatiaux et pour satellites).
Bob Brennen is an American sculptor. He installed his workshop since 1991 with Snecma-engines (Undertaken of Evry which develops engines for civil aircrafts and military, for space launchers and satellites).

Post #297.

24 commentaires:

Strangetastes a dit…

Olivier -this is fabulously original. I've never heard of the sculptor. Depending on the weather and time of year, the shadow may the most interesting part of the work.

We're sitting in the airport in St. Louis, waiting for the first flight of the journey. If all goes well, I'll have some photos from Shanghai for the blog on Thursday.

Bob

Kate a dit…

It is very innovative, and again you have introduced us to something new and original!

Ming_the_Merciless a dit…

I love this sculpture. It looks like Superman learning how to fly for the first time. :-)

Peter a dit…

Really nice and creative! A pity that the Adam and Eve scultpure is so badly exposed.

(The network is working now and then...for short moments.)

GiuCe a dit…

wow! lovely sculture. the first pic on the second composition is an amazin view!!!

Great post Olivier, have a nice day!

Faye Pekas a dit…

Beautiful building and interesting sculptures.

Neva a dit…

Very unusual but I like these shots.

lyliane a dit…

Certains trouvent beau ce building! ça ne vaut pas les immeubles de Paris, mais il en faut pour tous les goûts.Mais la sculpture représente bien l'esprit de l'usine.

Olivier a dit…

Je voulais signaler que l'immeuble sur la photo, n'a rien à voir avec la sculpture, il se trouve juste au rond point où la sculpture est mise


I wanted to announce that the building on the photograph, has nothing to do with the sculpture, it is just with the round not where the sculpture is put

photowannabe a dit…

Fascinating and innovative sculpture. I like this.

hpy a dit…

Même la sculpture, elle vole. Sympa, ce petit reportage, comme d'habitude.

Marie a dit…

Very good. I like his sculptures. I think they are very "masculine" sculptures.....

Sonia a dit…

Very interesting sculpture!
I did not know yet this artist.

Thanks for your nice comment on my blog!

oldmanlincoln a dit…

Very nice work. Superman. The dream of flying is real in the work.

Thanks for the visit to my blog Olivier.

Gudl a dit…

I like this one a lot! What a great idea! It looks like he is really flying!

Lori a dit…

Wow, that's a really cool sculpture. I agree with Ming, he reminds me of Superman! You find such interesting things to show us!

Alex a dit…

Bonjour Olivier,
Très chouette cet homme volant ! Je me réjouis toujours quand je vois des entreprises qui sponsorisent et collaborent avec des artistes.
Sans aucun doute « l’art est indispensable à l’industrie »

Kimberley a dit…

wow! These are great so very modern!

Steph a dit…

Superbe sculpture et la photo aussi !

isabella a dit…

Is that the name of the sculpture "Thru the door"?

Very uplifting ;-)

(did you get the joke?)

lv2scpbk a dit…

Nice shots you took. This one is different, I've never seen any like it.

Rambling Round a dit…

Quite unusual and interesting to look at from all angles!

Lavenderlady a dit…

You have some of the most fascinating art in your hometown. I am impressed.

Sunkyoung a dit…

Very impressive sculpture, indeed.