Sprialmania

One Word Sunday: Spiral

10 thoughts on “Sprialmania

  1. Marilyn Armstrong

    I remember the first time I walked from the top to the bottom of the Guggenheim museum. It was a very strange feeling. I don’t know if they’ve done that anywhere else. You always felt a little off-kilter.

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  2. sustainabilitea

    These are so much fun, Judy. I particularly love the last one which is, I believe, as xylophone. I’ve seen and lusted after several beautiful wooden ones, but common sense always reined me in. 🙂

    janet

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  3. lifelessons Post author

    This was my husband’s Xmas present to me the first year we met..before marriage. It is a musical sculpture he made. Two people blowing into the horns could blow two notes at once and yes the wooden part was a xylophone It had a rawhide mallet covered in kidskin to play the xylophone with. When he died, I gave each of his 8 kids one of his big sculptures and this is the one his daughter chose, so I no longer have it. You can see why I had to marry the man.

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