I See What You Mean

I See What You Mean – By Lawrence Argent

If you arrived at work tomorrow morning to find the eye of a giant blue bear peering back at you from your sheet glass window, you too might be compelled to consider what; in fact, Argent intends this work to mean. Stepping over the fine line between nature and technology, public and private space, Argent’s nosy creature was created for Denver, Colorado’s Office of Public Affairs. At forty feet tall, Argent’s bear encourages a dialogue about the meaning of art and the viewer’s ability to confront a work head-on in an attempt at shared vision.

Style
Figurative, Wildlife

Dimensions
40 feet tall
22 feet long
24 feet wide

Materials
Composite materials and Steel

Price

Not For Sale


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