Friday, October 12, 2012

Another Work from the Portrait's Name the Artwork Series

                                           Name the Artwork Series.

This sculptured work, is conspicuous for its lack of identification.  Two clues: Its in a public place, and its in Canada.

Name the subject.
Name the sculptor. (I would appreciate knowing this...a public work without artist identification is profoundly                     disrespectful to the artist)
Name its location.

The winner gets absolutely nothing, other then  'Portrait' bragging rights.

If you have a piece of publicly seen art that you would like to present, send us  a letter via the 'Contact Us' page. And, if you are in the art business and would like to provide a sponsored T shirt (with your business name on it, of course) for the winner give us a shout.

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