So this week, one of the art galleries was fantastic and really stood out to me. The art gallery entitled, “Labyrinth,” was an amazing winter-themed gallery composed of many different sculptures.
One of my favorite pieces of the day was the piece above. I don’t know what it is but I’m just going to say it’s a deer 🙂 So, This piece is a deer on a hunter’s head, or what I think resembles a hunter. I think it represents the head as a prize and the hunter’s body to show that he’s the hunter that killed that deer and now has his head as a prize. Don’t you remember those movies with the hunters and their cabins with a bunch of heads in their cabin that are stuffed after they’ve killed them? So, I thought this piece is really cool but I can’t tell if it’s a real head or not. And I may never know 🙂
I feel like this piece can also have a story to it. Let’s set the scene… around 4 P.M. and in a full, thick forest full of deer running around and a hunter and his hunting friends out for a fun hunt. No one has seem to have caught anything and WABAM! This hunter is able to finally get a hit and keeps his prize 😀
There were also many other amazing pieces created by this artist such as this one of what resembles a man lying in snow. And what I thought that looked like was a man freezing to death in the middle of a snowy desert. That’s pretty cool isn’t it? Other than that, there were also many other pieces that outbeat the other galleries, so kudos to Franco, Ulloa, and Martin 🙂
If you have the opportunity to check out their work, I encourage you to because these pieces are phenomenal!