We end our series on unique images of junk cars from Old Car City, White, Georgia with aged artwork on an old, rusted van.
Aging, broken, glass creates interesting mosaics on these vehicles at Old Car City, Georgia
Colorful cans sandwiched between two junk cars create a rustic art piece at Old Car City, Georgia
Abundant scenes of abstract art on old, rusting vehicles at Old Car City
An old truck left for years in nature has created a colorful piece of art at Old Car City, White, Georgia
Canvasses of colors created by peeling and rusting paint on aging cars at Old Car City
Although this old van at Old Car City is dilapidated and non-functional, it still is a medium to display a color palette aged by nature
While over 4,000 vehicles have been broken and abandoned at Old Car City, the varied collection has turned into automobile art with a little help from Mother Nature.
Lampshades for a night light show blend naturally with the tree
“Actaeon” by Paul Howard Manship at Brookgreen Gardens, South Carolina.
In pain and terror Actaeon (a famous hero in Greek mythology) leaps forward, his body in a sharp diagonal. Antlers sprout from his forehead. One dog has sprung on his body from the rear, and another runs under his feet, with lifted snarling head.
Though they look real, these are sculptures of turtles on a platform on the pond at Brookgreen Gardens, South Carolina
“Mares of Diomedes” by Gutzon Borglum at Brookgreen Gardens, South Carolina.
Horses race forward, bodies pressed together. All are wildly excited, ears laid back, nostrils distended, and mouths open gasping for breath. The bodies are truthfully modeled without insistent detail to give a dynamic sense of rushing movement, enhanced by the rhythmic play of muscles and the backward flow of loose masses in the manes and tails.
A sculpture comprised of three over-life-size, nude female figures seated within polished bronze frames – “The Saint James Triad” by Richard McDermott Miller at Brookgreen Gardens, South Carolina
“Don Quixote” by Anna Hyatt Huntington at Brookgreen Gardens, South Carolina.
Don Quixote, an emaciated figure in tattered trousers, wearing a breast plate and a cloak thrown back from his shoulder, sits astride a lanky, shaggy horse Rocinante.
“The Torchbearer” by Anna Hyatt Huntington at Brookgreen Gardens, South Carolina – a sculpture of a rider bearing a torch on a galloping horse.
An artistic sculpture with a woman in pose with three birds at Brookgreen Gardens, South Carolina
“Waterbearers” by Glenna Goodacre at Brookgreen Gardens, South Carolina.
Three Native American women – one carrying a pot of water on her head, the other filling her pot and the third one waiting to do so.
“In Memory of the Work Horse” by Anna Hyatt Huntington at Brookgreen Gardens, South Carolina.
A farmer wearing a coat and a cap pulled down tightly, walking on an incline beside a large bridled horse, is braced against a stiff wind. The man hangs onto a plow harness around the horse’s neck while his coat is blown up and over its back. The animal’s head is down, as man and horse both lean into the wind.
A winged horse springs from a mass of clouds, forelegs bent and head lifted in the upward rush. He soars on massive wings, bearing a rider lightly stretched along his back.
“Pegasus” by Laura Gardin Fraser at Brookgreen Gardens, South Carolina