Sunday, June 11, 2006

This is the French artist Niki de Saint Phalles' rendering of Tiger Woods. He, along with other very large figures, are included in the world's largest exhibition of sculptures with mirrors, glass, semi-precious stones and ceramic mosaics.
The artist died from inhalation of polyester (the material used to shape her sculptures), and her work is on display at the Atlanta Botanical Garden through the Niki Charitable Art Foundation.

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MyDailySlice said...

Thanks! No problem giving you a reciprocal link.

Good blogging,


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