Francine In Retirement
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APPLE CORE

APPLE CORE

APPLE CORE

In July of last year I visited Kentuck Knob, one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s homes in Pennsylvania.  

Kentuck Knob is also known for its Sculpture Garden or Sculpture Meadow.  Here is one of those sculptures.

Sculptor: Claes Oldenburg
Title: Apple Core
Year: 1990
Materials: Stainless Steel, Urethane Foam, and Urethane Hardcoat

To see other entries to challenge, tagged A on Flickr Comments by Frizztext, click here.

BE ENCOURAGED!  BE BLESSED


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22 Responses to “APPLE CORE”

  1. I’d like to see the size of the worm!

  2. Well, wha’dya know!?!?! This is great! 🙂

  3. Amazing sculpture, Francine. 🙂

  4. Love his sculpture. Thanks for sharing the apple core. Very cool!

  5. Reminds me of a Donald Duck Episode: “Applecore! Who’s your friend?” After which the core is tossed, thrown, rather, at the friend.

  6. Well, you got me, Francine. I saw the title of your post in my Inbox and didn’t expect to see anything so literal. 🙂

  7. i wonder where the giant who ate the apple went? LOL. nice shot francine!

  8. Seems like it has been lying around for a while 😀 The things that inspire artists!!

  9. That’s so cool, I love it!

  10. I like Oldenburg’s artistic work but that looks icky… Sorry the foamy look is a tad scary… 😆

  11. thank you for A = the Apple Core Sculpture by Claes Oldenburg!

  12. Does it confuse the birds?

  13. This is wonderful …….. I am not conversant with this type of sculpture and thought it to be a morphed photo until I read the comments.:-)

  14. How Cool!! Those SEEDS!!!

  15. I have a hard time thinking of this as art. Oh well, different stroke for different folk.

  16. awesome sculpture!!^^

  17. A truly unusual sculpture … I would want an apple each time I saw it. ~~~~ : – )


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