The show is set up down here a few times a year and this time a kinetic sculptor we have seen before, Frederick Prescott, was on hand again. He works in metal, and creates whimsical, large-scale artwork that is designed to be interactive - most of the animal heads move when touched, and touching is encouraged. Is it high art? I don't really know or care. We really enjoy interacting with these pieces, and I hope that one of the local businesses forks over the big bucks one of these days so that we can see one of these pieces more often.
|Flamingos - perfect for Florida (and their heads move, too)|
|A boxing bunny for Easter|
|I liked the rusty tree with crows best, but I always like sculpture that tries to "re-make" nature|
|Taking the bull by the horns|