Monday, January 19, 2015

Reverence

That is the title of this the first of three sculptures I will be showing you by Allan Houser Haozous.
They are currently on display in the courtyard of the Santa Fe Convention Center.

21 comments:

Massimo said...

looks new and modern !
well done Randy, have a great week !

Rick Forrestal said...

Sleek, modern, beautiful.

Lowell said...

Hmmm...at first I thought of Mary then I thought it could be a Muslim woman, too. Interesting piece for sure!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I like your composition as much as I like the sculpture Randy.

Ramakant Pradhan said...

It does look a bit like a saint. Have a good week ahead.

Luis Gomez said...

It is beautiful.

TexWisGirl said...

i like it. so incredibly simple but perfect. (i had 4 aunts that were catholic nuns, so i see their habits in this.)

Sharon Anck said...

I recognized his work immediately. Excellent!

VP said...

Not bad, but let us wait for the other two...

Judy said...

Beautiful and in the perfect setting too! I can't wait to see more.

RedPat said...

I think from the title I would think of Mary! I like his work, Randy!

EG CameraGirl said...

I love the simple lines!

John @ Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

Beauty in its simplicity.

William Kendall said...

Abstract, but at the same time it fits the word.

Kathy said...

Thanks for including the link. I have known of Alan Houser for many, many years but did not know the details of his background.

Michelle said...

very solemn

Thérèse said...

I immediately recognized the style. I simply love Allan Houser's sculptures. A lot of them were on display at the Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix a couple of years ago. I went at least three times to see them by day and by night.

Tanya Breese said...

i was thinking mary too!

Paul said...

Simple lines yet it conveys so much! Look forward to seeing the two other pieces by this same sculptor.

Kate said...

I don't recall seeing these before. . .are they on loan? Can't wait to see all three.

Jack said...

I have seen Houser's work many times before but until clicking on your link I didn't know he was of Native American heritage or that he had an alternative name.