Crayon Garden Sculpture, Lubbock, Texas

crayon garden art sculpture

While I find this to be stunningly beautiful as a piece of art, I can’t help but wonder about the practicality of this particular landscape installation.  Using thousands of large crayons, artist Herb Williams created a field of sculpture flames for Unwanted Visitor: Portrait of Wildfire at the National Ranching Heritage Center in Lubbock, Texas.  My concern….will these not melt in the hot Texas sun?  Perhaps it is only temporary, it would certainly be a fantastic permanent display.

crayon garden art sculpture

images from lost at e minor

3 Responses to Crayon Garden Sculpture, Lubbock, Texas

  1. I believe that that is part of the plan for the sculptures–the heat causing an ever-changing work of art. Very cool.

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