-The Frye Museum – Buster Simpson Installs
We saw the “George Monument” at the park along i5 but I didn’t even realize that it was a profile of George Washington. It was a fluke that we went to his show at the Frye Museum a couple of days later. I really liked a lot of his work. I’m glad we were walking a dog for a friend nearby so we could see the park AND his show. On another note, the curator who installed the show did an amazing job on the signage and presentation in my opinion.
Entrance to the Frye Museum
Buster Simpson at the Frye Museum – AHA !
Models of work by Buster Simpson
Floating infinity by Buster Simpson. I really liked this piece since it read different things depending on how it’s looked at it.
Having fun with photos
Frank had to tell me what this meant.
Photo of shovel in moment.
Table setting by Buster Simpson
I just really like this umbrella
Where the chair goes?
Pierced wall with art by Buster Simpson
This would gong every so often
This was actually creepy since the crows made a loud thud randomly. I like crows but still unsettling.
This reminds me of Hammering Man. Which came first I wonder? I think Busters’.
These stools are gorgeous in real life
20 minute video of his work.
Buster Simpson sculpture and a Hull moment.
Leaving the Frye Museum