The art of taking a stroll

  • 2006-06-28
  • By Jody Yurkowsky
Hiking through the forested ravine in the summer heat, my eyes search for another piece of art. Armed with my camera, I am a hunter. Every few steps, I catch sight of yet another one of the exhibits so carefully placed to fit into the landscape. Large and small, these artistic creations are made of wood, stone, metal and other materials.They have been fashioned by Latvians, Swedes, Americans, New Zealanders, Japanese and artists from every corner of the globe. Each new discovery - weird, wonderful or simply unexplainable - is its own tour de force nestled neatly, or not so neatly, into the...
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