UCLA Sculpture Garden

While on a date with my wife-elect over the weekend during UCLA’s Centennial Alumni Day, we went for a leisurely walk through the Franklin D. Murphy sculpture garden.

One of my favorite places on campus as a student and now as an alumnus, the sculpture garden was the perfect location to stop, breath, and relax. As we approached Deborah Butterfield’s 1996 bronze sculpture “Pensive,” Ms. Dolfi instantly knew this was my favorite piece. In my defense, who would not love a wooden horse!? It is simply awesome, not to mention convincing — it really looks like wood.

(Featured Image by: Mr. Ramdolfi)

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9 thoughts on “UCLA Sculpture Garden

  1. That looks like a beautiful place to take a leisurely stroll. The bronze/wooden horse is very intriguing. Thank you for sharing. Thanks for stopping by my blog, as well, nice to meet you here in the Blogosphere! Congrats on the pending wedding – cheers to new beginnings!

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    1. Thank you so much for visiting my blog! Apologies for the late response, I just found out some comments were filtered directly into my spam folder when they were absolutely not spam. I’m sorry. 😅 Thank you for your thoughtful comment and kind words, it’s great meeting you as well! 😃

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  2. Thanks for sharing your thoughts and images from the UCLA campus. I enjoyed the pleasure of visiting back in 1979 when my travels brought me to southern California.

    I appreciate you following my writing and photography. I will be back to read more of yours.

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