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In my past professional lives, I have been a salesman, an auto mechanic, a draftsman, a security guard, a cartographer of cemeteries, and a Russian, Serbian, and Croatian Linguist whilst in the Army. Now, I have found my calling in life, hence the architectural student status. I am in my 5th and last year of schooling to get my Bachelors of Architecture.

For those that have asked, I am from Tennessee and always will be, regardless of what state I am currently residing, hence the TN in my name.

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Hare on Bell on Portland Stone Piers - 1983 - Barry Flanagan

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Minnesota Sculpture Garden - I thought this shot was a bit amusing, because
hte forced perspective makes the hare seem to be running after the cherry.
3rd Nov 2006, 19:18   comments (0)

Hare on Bell on Portland Stone Piers - 1983 - Barry Flanagan

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Minnesota Sculpture Garden - A close up showing the bronze work.
3rd Nov 2006, 19:16   comments (1)

Hare on Bell on Portland Stone Piers - 1983 - Barry Flanagan

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Minnesota Sculpture Garden - Here is a shot of the hare in profile,
including the planting around it.
3rd Nov 2006, 19:14   comments (0)

X With Columns - 1996 - Sol LeWitt

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This is a stone folly in the Minnesota Sculpture Garden.
3rd Nov 2006, 19:12   comments (1)

Chicago River

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This was taken during a layover in the trip back down to Mississippi.
2nd Nov 2006, 22:52   comments (0)

Prophesy of the Ancients

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iThis is a close up shot of the wire canopy in the Prophesy of the Ancients. It is all made from metal rods and balls.
2nd Nov 2006, 22:46   comments (0)

Prophesy of the Ancients

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This shot shows the canopy and some of the sculptural figures woven into it.
2nd Nov 2006, 22:44   comments (0)

Prophesy of the Ancients - 1988 - Brower Hatcher

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This architectural folly serves as almost a gazebo set amongst the trees in
the Sculpture Garden. It consists of a woven wire canopy, with various
symbols attached to it, perched upon 6 stone post-modernist columns.
2nd Nov 2006, 22:40   comments (0)