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Posted on16. Sep, 2010 by Anthony.
Just across the street from Unconditional Surrender in Hamilton, NJ is another sculpture by J. Seward Johnson titled It’s So Tall. Yet one more example of the life-sized and humor filled sculpture of Seward Johnson, albeit a bit more realistic than what we see in the virtual tour of Comprehension.
Posted on13. Sep, 2010 by Anthony.
Unconditional Surrender is sculpture that just can’t be overlooked. Standing 25′ tall and weighing approximately 40,000 lbs this monumental sculpture on the corner of Klockner and Sloan in Hamilton, NJ inspired us not only to take this 360° panoramic image but also take a moment for a kiss ourselves. Sculpted by J. Seward Johnson in […]
Posted on12. Sep, 2010 by Anthony.
The Partisans is a large cast aluminum sculpture by Andrzej Pitynski. It stands tall on a small hill alongside Kluckner Road near the Hamilton Rail Station and commemorates the Polish partisan fighters who battled the Nazis and the communists during World War II. This sculpture is one of many publicly displayed works of art that […]
Posted on11. Sep, 2010 by Anthony.
Comprehension – while I’m still not sure that I completely get it either there is one thing that is certain: this giant sculpted tooth along with its two bronze spectators and a park bench evokes reactions from confusion to wonder from gasps to laughs. This artwork by sculptor and philanthropist J. Seward Johnson is on […]
Posted on10. Sep, 2010 by Anthony.
On a recent trip through Hamilton, New Jersey to photograph a local restaurant for a virtual tour we couldn’t resist taking advantage of the beautiful weather to capture some 360° panoramic images of the amazing sculptures displayed alongside Kluckner Road. Four Amigos is a 14’x25’x3′ painted aluminum contemporary sculpture by Garret McFann. Learn more about […]
Posted on14. May, 2010 by Anthony Ruiz.
What’s all that Jazz in front of The Happy Hippo? It’s Albert Sarnese playing soulfully on his trumpet and keyboard during the Haddonfield New Jersey’s First Friday event on May 7th. During First Friday events, artists and entertainers line the streets of downtown Haddonfield and stores stay open for business until 9pm. Learn more about […]
Posted on11. May, 2010 by Anthony Ruiz.
What a treat it was to hear the powerful and beautiful voice of Melissa Martin on the streets of Haddonfield. Young and old watched, listened and even danced as Melissa Martin and The Mighty Rhythm Kings filled Kings Highway with the sounds of Jumpin Blues and Western Swing. This 360 image was photographed during the […]