|Spoonbridge and Cherry|
I think my favorite sculpture was this one by Henry Moore, Reclining Mother and Child, made in 1960-1961. I love the simplicity of it.
|Reclining Mother and Child|
We always enjoy seeing the Barry Flanagan hare sculptures. I had never seen this one, Hare on Bell on Portland Stone Piers from 1983, but there is another at the Toledo Museum of Art, which we have visited a number of times.
|Hare on Bell on Portland Stone Piers|
Without Words by Judith Shea (1988) was intriguing. I love the empty coat. I'm not sure I "get" the connection to the broken marble head, but still found the sculpture a fascinating one.
Finally, Molecule by Mark di Suvero, completed in 1983. My husband thought it was too much of a Alexander Calder knock-off, but I liked it. I especially liked seeing the red-painted steel against the bright blue fall sky.