A friend of mine from East Gloucester sent me this “ice sculpture” hanging off a tree in her neighborhood…. Formed by water dripping onto windswept twigs… fascinating!
I see two goblins (or ghaists, as the Scots would say), flying through the air?
What do you see?
Here are the installations under way at Faneuil Hall.
Manuel Simoes Captures The building of The Ice Sculpture In Front Of Art Haven
Here’s Our Interview With The Creators Of The Ice Sculpture In Front Of Art Haven-
Here Scott Memhard From Cape Pond Ice Shows Us around his Plant where they manufacture the 300 lb blocks of Ice for the First Night Boston Ice Sculptures.
These 300 lb blocks will be heading to Boston for the ice sculptures at First Night.
Beautiful Industry- Cape Pond Ice, originally uploaded by captjoe06.
When taking some Christmas window display pictures downtown this morning I noticed the Ice sculpture in front of Art Haven is no longer there. If you didn’t get to see it, here it is-
If you haven’t been downtown in a while this is the perfect opportunity to head down, marvel at the fantastic Christmas displays, stroll through some of our fantastic shops,get a cup of coffee at our fantastic coffee and tea houses, or a bite to eat ate the best dining north of Boston- right here in Downtown Gloucester! We Rock!
That’s Old School Baby! Part V Video will be up at 9:00AM
It’s a sculpture of a sculpture! This particular ice sculpture has been hanging around frozen inside Cape Pond Ice for four years. It is shown on the tours that they give. Part IV video is coming at 9:00AM
I’ve got to get back into Cape Pond Ice as my camera battery shit the bed about half way through. There’s so much more I want to capture