Last Tuesday, Hana, Michelle, Cecelia, and I began on our journey to the
Along our way to locating the
Next, we walked into Yong's section of sculptures that resembled gigantic blocks of Lego's to me. Brightly colored in red, yellow, green, and blue, they truly rang something familiar to me from my childhood. As I walked closer I noticed that hands decorated the ledges of the sculptures. What I was immediately reminded of was children playing. Since childhood was marked with a focus of "hands on" playing, the presence of these hands displayed on the bright colors made me reminesce of days of playing as a child. The sculptures conveyed a joyful vibe that brought me twenty years into the past with joyful memories. The one sculpture that intrigued me the most however was the one surrounded with six fingered hands. Hana and I thought that this was of particular interest because it seemed as if the artists meant to show two hands combined, holding each other. This too reminded me of childhood and especially of the mandatory hand holding that occurred all too frequently during field trips.
All in all this studio work was the perfect kind to be placed in the park setting. Many admirers came to take photographs or to draw the scultures themselves. Walking away, I was left with a feeling of satisfaction, a little more appreciation for the arts, and happiness that we at last found one exhibition worth writing about.