Zeb Meets Linda at the Denver Art Museum

I, Zeb the Duck, am going to the Denver Art Museum today.   This is a great museum.   The building is rather unusual also.

Let's go to the Denver Art Museum

Let’s go to the Denver Art Museum

The main entrance is in the Hamilton Building.   Mom says I will meet Linda.   This is a temporary exhibit of John DeAndrea’s three sculptures.

Let's see Linda

Let’s see Linda

One of the Art Museum employees is holding me.   Mom is not allowed to put me on anything near these sculptures.

Here we are!

Here we are!

This was a very nice man.   Linda looks so real.   How did John DeAndrea do this?

How Linda was created

How Linda was created

Well, this sign explains the process.   Very involved, I think.

Is Linda just sleeping?

Is Linda just sleeping?

Doesn’t Linda look like she will wake up and talk to us any minute?

The second sculpture is a nude with a black drape.

So life like

So life like

She also looks alive.   This exhibit is amazing.   How does he do it?

Cast in bronze?

Cast in bronze?

I really like this lady.

She looks alive

She looks alive

The last sculpture is a little different.

Two people here

Two people here

There are two people here.  Again, they look so alive and I feel they may talk to me today.

You have to see these

You have to see these

We hope you will visit the Denver Art Museum and see this exhibit.   These sculptures will be on display until June 21, 2015.    The last time they were displayed was 2009, so don’t wait too long.   Visit http://www.denverartmuseum.org   for more information.

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