Michael Grab’s Cairn Sculptures: Beauties in Balance

Cairn: noun \ˈkern\ A pile of stones that marks a place (such as the place where someone is buried or a battle took place) or that shows the direction of a trail.

via Balancing Act — My OBT (which shows a good number of amazing images documenting these works.)

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2 thoughts on “Michael Grab’s Cairn Sculptures: Beauties in Balance

  1. Mira Tudor, Thank you for the images, information and link. They’re all so clever and dramatic even though by a slight margin I prefer the balanced sculptures in water, such as at the waterfall’s edge and in the wintry stream-scape.

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