Day 332 of 365


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This artwork is located on the west side of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, New York and If you ever get the chance to visit Buffalo, NY., I recommend that you take the time to visit this world class art gallery.
Also, like my last blog, I have no idea what this piece is called!
I really need to call the gallery and find out the names of their outside art work.
Quote of the Day:
“Art is the most intense mode of individualism that the world has known.”
Oscar Wilde



About michaeldthomasphotography

I’m a professional photographer based in southern California, specializing in wedding, fashion, model portfolios, glamour, portrait, event photography and photojournalism and event photography.
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10 Responses to Day 332 of 365

  1. dd16591569 says:

    Hi Michael
    Visiting .. humm i think I can see the whole city through your Blog 🙂


  2. This piece is AMAZING. I definitely have to visit myself.. just beautiful


  3. A J says:

    It’s a beautiful artwork and I the quote is very powerful. Will keep it in my mind. Very interesting.


  4. Thanks AJ, I hope you’re having a great day!


  5. Thanks for sharing this sculpture work, I’m really digg’n the shot that shows it in its entirety – NICE! And the quote, while art is an intense mode of individualism, I also see it as a universal experience found in every culture binding us all! What culture, country or continent is void of art? Even in our individualism, we are collectively bound by our need for some form of art in our lives and the most common would be music…


  6. spiderpaw says:

    This statue is the most interesting take on hear no evil see no evil.


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