Michaela Hladíková
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A Colorful Touch: Installations by Michael McGillis

A low curving stack of wood rises out of the grass, not drawing much attention from a distance. On closer inspection however, viewers are given an eye plea

Swiss Family Robinson  In the mid–nineteenth century, Le Plessis, just outside Paris, became famous for its tree house restaurants, where chic Parisians dined on roast chicken and champagne hoisted up in a basket pulley.    Read more: http://www.care2.com/greenliving/12-stunning-tree-houses.html#ixzz29nFF0000

"Swiss Family Robinson In the mid–nineteenth century, Le Plessis, just outside Paris, became famous for its tree house restaurants, where chic Parisians dined on roast chicken and champagne hoisted up in a basket pulley.

Tom Hare Willow man — My first fungi , a younger Tom, and my old dog...

My first fungi , a younger Tom, and my old dog ‘Storm’. I came across these old pre-digital images in an old portfolio of my work.It seemed appropriate to share them now, as a theme has unconsciously turned full circle. These three Fungi sculptures.

The horses on dry land

'The Rising Tide' installation was designed by sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor and can be seen on the foreshore at Nine Elms on the South Bank in London between now and September

The sculptures can be seen here on land before their installation

Four figures sit on the horses: two businessmen and two children.

The horse sculptures designed to be seen during low tides

'The Rising Tide' installation was designed by sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor and can be seen on the foreshore at Nine Elms on the South Bank in London between now and September

Standing tall: This picture of two of the horse sculptures shows what tourists will see from the riverbank when the Thames tide is low

Horse sculptures by internationally-renowned underwater artist Jason deCaires have been unveiled in the River Thames, England

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