Some time in the distant past I featured a rather tastefully attired young lady posing on a Sandymount sidewalk. (If you need a reminder click here.) She has a sister, metaphorically speaking, that is. This young lady is herself a rather curvaceous addition to the city landscape. She’s been standing round for a while now… absorbing all the Dublin weather has to throw at her.
She’s built for the outdoors… complete with natural ventilation apparatus. Her apparent lack of concern about hanging around unaccompanied on lonely street corners seems of little consequence… I see folk rushing by, very few even bothering with a sideways glance at the poor thing, metaphorically speaking, that is.
The young lady is tastefully adorned with bits of nature… fish aplenty, the odd leaf and even a twig, I spotted.
Her maker’s name is to be found etched on a frayed frond. Click here to visit the website of the artist… Linda Brunker sure know how to get the best out of the mediums she sculpts with… have a look.
I took the bold step of slipping the camera inside her… for effect… that is. I think I may have garnered the odd look of disdain… what’s this tourist at… the expressions suggested…