Mini Challenge #310 ...in the eye of the beholder...
There's a saying "Art, like beauty is in the eye of the beholder." For this challenge I'd like to see examples of how we "beholders" i.e. photographers can capture the emotion of a three-dimensional work of art - sculptures, statues, carving, installation - any medium, just please no pictures of paintings. The works can represent secular or sacred themes; indoors or outdoors; in public spaces, museums, churches or in private homes... wherever. The photos can capture an entire work or a portion thereof. What I'm looking for is the feeling of being there myself.
The mini will run until Sunday, December 27 (giving us all a bit of a holiday buffer!) 9:00am PST. Have fun!
Here are a few examples:
Wood carving in a cloister
Installation in a museum
In a public garden
In the Louvre
And if you haven't participated before, please take a look at the un-official rules here: https://dgrin.com/discussion/248032/mini-challenge-un-official-rules#latest