Saturday, December 17, 2011

webster's woods 3

My final post of photographs from Thursday's visit to the art woods at the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center.

This info is from the PAFAC website:

The Port Angeles Fine Arts Center is the legacy of Esther Barrows Webster and Charles Webster, the late owners of the Port Angeles Evening News.

The Webster House Gallery and Webster's Woods Art Park sit atop Beaver Hill and command sweeping views of the city, harbor, and the Strait of Juan de Fuca out to Vancouver Island.

The semi-circular Webster House was designed in 1951 by noted Pacific Northwest architect Paul Hayden Kirk.

I believe this work is called "Anthology."  It must have been quite a feat to install.

This piece I think is entitled "Smokey's Wish."

I like this photo because it seems to show nature getting into the spirit of the art space.


Elsbeth McLeod said...

What a photographer's dream... the wild array of surprising sculptures! Thanks so much for such a beautiful photo documentary of Webster's Woods, Roger.

Roger Morris said...

You're welcome. It was fun to do, just as the woods are always a fun place to visit.