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19th Anniversary 19th Anniversary 1st Annual PickleFest Contest B E V E R L Y H I L L S F A R M E R S ’ MARKET AUGUST 4, 2013 – 9:00 A.M. TO 1:00 P.M. & Schedule of
PICKLEFEST CONTEST 10:00 a.m. Pickled entries on view 11:00 a.m.
Hunter and Hounds by Henri Alfred Marie Jacquemart
Bronze Gift of W.D. Longyear French artist Henri Alfred Jacquemart studied painting and sculpture at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts. Jacquemart traveled in Egypt and Turkey gaining the styles of these two cultures. The sculpture was first sited in the
The Drummer by Barry Flanagan
Fund Purchase and the Glaser Foundation 'The Drummer' characterizes Barry Flanagan's series of Hare sculptures from the early 1980s. Flanagan was struck above all by the historical cultural associations between this creature
Hymn of Life: Tulips by Yayoi Kusama
Fiberglass, Ceramic Tile and Steel Public
Fund Commission The first work of
ever commissioned by the City of Beverly Hills Fine
Commission, the piece was dedicated on September 19, 2007. Hymn of Life: Tulips is the first public
Electric Fountain by Merrell Gage
Concrete, Bas Relief, Tile The fountain has a cast concrete female figure of a Native American mounted on a square concrete shaft, which rises from a cylindrical splash basin. The basin has a frieze of relief carvings, which depict various scenes f
Untitled by Fletcher Benton
Painted Steel Gift of Dr. Bernard Salick The ancestry of Fletcher Benton's abstract sculptures goes back to Russian Constructivism and the Machine Age by way of pure, hard geometric form and the
of assemblage. Using this modernist
Cougar III by Gwynn Murrill
Fund Purchase with help of Marie D. Shafer Gwynn Murrill conveys a sense of gravity to her animal sculptures by reducing their form to basic elements of shape, mass, volume, surface, and color. Murrill, a self-taught
Erratic by Roxy Paine
Stainless Steel Public
Fund Purchase Erratic is a stainless steel boulder measuring 7 feet tall by 15 feet wide. A press release publicizing Erratic's exhibition in Madison Square Park in New York stated, - In geology, the term "erratic"
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