While wandering through the Sculpture Garden at the Kroller Muller Museum we came upon a huge white wall that appeared to contained crazy white and black sculptures inside.
When we rounded the corner a door appeared before us.
These little signs let us know that the sculpture was by Jean Dubuffet and called Jardin d’émail. It also noted that we were allowed to walk on this piece of artwork and to be careful, it was slippery.
Once in the door we carried on up a set of curving stairs that led to another door.
The door could be opened to enter or exit the sculpture ‘jardin‘.
Some boys playing around wouldn’t let their friends in.
I was so busy taking pictures from every angle that I lost track of Al.
Now where did he go? This ‘finger’ seems to be telling me he went that away.
But just then he stepped out from behind it and sat down.
Yet another angle with the garden behind. A map of the Sculpture Garden. One sculpture down and a few hundred more to go!The Kröller-Müller Museum is an art museum and sculpture garden, located in the Hoge Veluwe National Park near Utrecht. (http://krollermuller.nl/visit)
More of the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: From Every Angle
It must be quite fascinating in person. I love the white with black lines very much. Good job on captivating us with this one. x
Most interesting set of alternative views!
Nice set of shot, although I’m not sure how I feel about the sculpture itself. “Interesting” does cover it, though. 🙂
Super strange and interesting. Can’t wait to see the rest. Keep them coming.
That is awesome interpretation of the challenge. very apt 🙂