August Sunday (Holy Post) Stick Art #82315

This stick art couple is appropriate for a Sunday post. Very holy!

As they dance and embrace I can almost hear them say. “You make me whole”.

My stick sculpture is going in a whole new direction.

Possibly a more holistic approach to practicing my art.

Hold me close” the dancers whispered.

“Hello, 911? I’d like to report a couple involved in a hold up!”.

Hold it, stop, this is getting ridiculous.

Seriously, I don’t really know why I filled this stick sculpture with holes, but it still floats!

Maybe a whole month of stick art posts is getting to me!

If you line your eye up just right you can see through the whole sculpture.

Christopher Pollock Stick Art Sculpture #82315
Christopher Pollock Stick Art Sculpture #82315

About the author

Past: Tolerated the U.S. educational system as far as a Bachelors degree. Favorite sports were skateboarding, windsurfing and pole vaulting. Worked on many jobs and projects, giving me a wide variety of skills and experiences.

Present: People call me a renaissance man. I still enjoy variety and being productive. Probably why artwork is one of my lasting activities. Snowboarding and hiking are my favorite ways to recreate with my amazing wife and sons.

Future:)

Comments

  1. I visited some of your posts before and enjoyed your stick sculptures – these holey ones are great and loved yoir quirky post about them 🙂 Are you taking them around town / different locations so we can see them in different settings? That’s a lot to ask I know 😉 thanks for sharing 😀

    1. Thanks Colette B! That is a good thought about changing the settings. Usually when a piece is finished a photo is taken in the nearest reasonable setting. It is really about keeping a record before sending them off to be sold. Blogging has opened me to possibly of doing more marketing and selling directly. More images in more settings/locations would be helpful for that. Thank you for your comment and visits. 🙂

      1. Great pics anyway, i enjoy seeing them in their immediate settings too – it could generate some public interest if you were setting up your shots in public places – and as long as they’re ‘not for sale’ while you do so you don’t need a license – you’re just making a fun blog post! And you might have to be careful about issuing ‘free printed material’ in some places too – handwritten prepared contact details prepped in advance and you’re safe – carbon paper comes in handy for those sometimes too 🙂 Have a great day and thanks for reply

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