The next sculpture from the Sculpture Park at UTECH in Kingston, Jamaica depicts two students, who are focusing on their studies surrounded by books and quiet environment. I didn’t find the author and the title, because the plate was removed.
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I am glad to introduce you the next masterpiece by Laura Facey. This sculpture was made for the Health & Applied Science Faculty. The two subject – human and compass (divider) speak aloud about the untold title.
Here is the next of the sculptures at the Sculpture park at University of Technology, Kingston, Jamaica. The sculpture is made by cement and marble chips and is 5 feet high.
The title of the sculpture is Earth to Earth and the author is Laura Facey, Jamaican sculptor who was trained at The Jamaica School of Art. More of her projects and successes here. Laura is also the author of the Redemption song statue, which is the most popular statue in New Kingston, Jamaica. The statue is situated in front of the Emancipation park.
The next sculpture from the Sculpture Park at University of Technology in Kingston, Jamaica, is the bronze monument by artist Ricky George from St. Lucia. This statue represents the logo of the 40th anniversary.
Ricky studied Fine Arts at The Jamaica School of Art in Kingston, and later, at the distinguished Johnson Atelier Technical Institute of Sculpture in Princeton, New Jersey, USA. You can fine more of his work here.
“Though he brings grief, he will show compassion, so great is his unfailing love.”
Lamentations 3:32 (NIV)
Welcome to the Monthly Drawing/Painting Challenge
The themes for this challenge will come up monthly – each 1st week, so you will have enough time to work on your project/-s. You can enter this challenge as many times as you wish. Show us your feelings and emotions, but most important – release them and feel free and happy!
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The place filled with love and grief
She was standing at a fresh tomb
wiping her tears with a white cloth,
looking at the wooden cross
and the flowers covering the grave.
Her daughter held her shoulders
and kissed her wrinkled hand.
She knew what her mother felt,
she stand with her at the tomb of her love,
just few months ago.
This place was filled with love and grief,
that terrible illness was such a thief!
It took both of them.
Now mother and daughter feel same,
love, compassion and a great pain.
Here is the next part of the interesting sculptures at the Sculpture Park at University of Technology in Kingston, Jamaica.
This one I found quite interesting. I am not sure if I fully got the meaning of this sculpture, but I can see a man and a woman standing in the water, maybe river or sea. They thoughts are free like birds over their heads. It reminds me to some extend of Adam and Eve, until they didn’t sin against God. They didn’t feel shame to be naked, their hearts and minds were pure and free.
“Adam and his wife were both naked, and they felt no shame.”
Prof. Manuel Mendive Hoyo, author of the statue “Free Thought” is from Cuba. You can check some of his next projects here.