Sunday, March 13, 2016

Private Gardens, part 2


Continuing on from yesterday's post, today I have some of the artwork that was found in the first private garden we visited last Sunday.  Above is a huge ball covered in bits and pieces of colorful ceramic.


There were several walls covered in bits of pottery shards.



This mobile sculpture sat in a prominent position in the yard.  I didn't see it moving but I can imagine those horse move back and forth.





























These ceramic hands were used to hold the garden tools in the back garden.



This very large ceramic pot also had a prominent position in the garden.  

All in all, I thoroughly enjoyed my stroll around this gorgeous and artistic garden.




I have a new post on Sharon's Sojourns today.  I have a peek at an unusual village discovered in the Hampstead area of London.

9 comments:

Kate said...

This garden certainly doesn't lack for colour.

VP said...

I really love this: it is absolutely amazing!

William Kendall said...

The third one's my favourite.

Jacob said...

This place is all extraordinary! A garden of delight!

RedPat said...

It looks like it is huge! Such Fun!

Bob Crowe said...

I'd like to see this but, um, I wasn't on the tour. Hard to say from the photos if these are fanciful and attractive or just plain wacky.

cieldequimper said...

Shhht... if that ndn mobile goes missing overnight, don't say anything... :-)

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Oh my! How fabulous Sharon. The first piece is like a sculptural bunch of blooms but I'm with Ciel, the mobile horse sculpture, which I'm guessing could be a kind of weather vane, is brilliant!

Mo said...

You do find some wonderful art. I bet you have lots of lovely pieces in your own home