December 30, 2009

Squiggly

Remember the rainbow triangles which I posted five months ago? The Hong Kong-based Filipino artist, Joel Ferraris, found my post about it and pointed me to his own blog, and it turns out that its title is "Prism 24." I finally managed to get a couple more photos of his fun sculptures at SM City North EDSA's Sky Garden and here is another, titled "Rainbow Waterfalls." There's no real water, but I think it's appropriate enough to register in Watery Wednesday, don't you think? :)

Joel Ferraris' Rainbow Waterfalls sculpture at SM City North EDSA's Sky Garden

Natural or man-made, take a refreshing dip in Watery Wednesday.
Watery Wednesday

36 comments:

Dina said...

Rainbow waterfalls! Cool!

James said...

Wow, what a fun picture. That looks like it was just asking to be photographed.

Chuck Pefley said...

That's a fascinating sculpture! Lovely!!

marley said...

I love it! Really funky :)

Stefan Jansson said...

Funky it is!

Les Barr said...

You know, that's not bad looking. I seem to like it. Very colorful.

Les

Tara said...

Great colors and grand art.

Jim said...

This is quite interesting.
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Tussy said...

Interesting one.

Happy New Year!

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Ken Mac said...

wow, very cool!

Janet said...

A real day brightener! Fun to look at.

Photo Cache said...

This will not fail to bring smile to peoples faces.

Happy new year.

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Anonymous said...

One can only be glad to know you and the ability to see such things...a monument of water, what a nice idea.

Please have a wonderful Wednesday.

Quilt Works said...

Very creative scluptures, thank you for sharing the artists work!



...waterfront in my favorite day trip destination!

Clueless in Boston said...

It is a cool looking sculpture.

Unknown said...

beautiful contemporary sculpture! this reminds me of another Filipino artist, Kiko Escora. an American friend based in HK saw his exhibit (in HK) and traveled to Manila recently to see more of Escora's work. He also bought some of Escora's paintings.:p

Anonymous said...

Very creative way to think about water!

Olivier said...

structure et couleur originale, j'aime bien

VP said...

Nice picture of a colorful work. I think you could register this as almost everything...

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

For some reason looking at this photo makes me think of the song "Won't you take me to funky town"
Cheers.
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eileeninmd said...

It is a beautiful sculpture! Happy New Years.

eden said...

Very nice and colorful sculpture.


Happy New Year!

brattcat said...

Absolutely. It's wonderful.

James Mark said...

Yes, I like this too, and thanks Hilda for calling in to Whitby. I wonder if you found your way there because of the St Hilda connection. Anyway, thanks for your work and kind wishes.

Kaori said...

Kind of looks like the water is growing out from the ground...very interesting and lovely piece of art!

Verna Luga said...

Hi HIlda! thanks for the visit!

I really love elaborate pieces, and this one is awesome.

Hilds, you might have some info why I have not been receiving an activation email from CDP? ganun ba talaga katagal?

hadv said...

How come I never see these sculptures around Manila?? Thanks for pointing them out in your blog.. I'll try to spot them next time I go..

Susan said...

I love this capture, Hilda!

EJ said...

that's gorgeous!

My Water Wednesday. Happy New Year!

Louis la Vache said...

Squiggles that make you smile!

Halcyon said...

I like the squiggles! Very cool!!

Dennis Villegas said...

Really cool! The artist is clever and creative! Thanks for sharing Hilda! Happy New Year!

Momgen said...

That looks pretty..Happy watery Wednesday. Mine is ready too.

Mine is here

Chubskulit Rose said...

Lovely shot Ma'am Hilda!

My entry, wishing you and your family a fruitful new year!

nuts said...

this is so unique!

Unknown said...

hahaha... nice. i actually want that we'll have more of these in the country. because it's where our ingenuity comes out. magaling tayo sa arts.