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Tuesday, 26 April 2016

Tuesday's Treasure



Meet Elvis, an engineered, nuts and bolts treasure from Tannaghmore Gardens, Craigavon. He was donated to the Gardens by Molloy Engineering and I think you'll agree he is a fine dog.


I especially like his ribcage and spine...


...and the texture of his back paw!


Treasure from rusty spare parts.

Sharing today with Tom's Tuesday's Treasure  HERE where you can see lots more treasure!

Best wishes

23 comments:

  1. I like it. Can I have one please

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  2. he is a wonderful construction but I think he needs fed!!!

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  3. Gosto bastante deste género de esculturas.
    Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.

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  4. Hello, Elvis is a cool dog. I would like one of these dogs in my garden. Happy Tuesday, enjoy your day!

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  5. I LOVE stuff like this! How creative. Thanks Christine for sharing this treasure and please hurry on back.

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  6. Hi Christine, Your pictures are great and Elvis is so unusual! Interesting!

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  7. ooooh he is a treasure!!! some peeps are so artsy and creative!!!!

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  8. Cool sculpture! That dog could use a little meat on his ribs. Lol Cute!

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  9. Very interesting.So love and admire creativity.

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  10. I do agree, he is a fine looking dog.

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  11. Elvis is one great dog that does not need to be fed!

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  12. Cool and a little scary (for me)
    Greetings from Germany

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  13. They had a lot of fun designing that one!

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  14. Elvis looks very nice. It is good in the park but not in a small jadin.. :)

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  15. A very nice dog indeed! Love his name too.

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  16. Elvis is cool indeed. I love stuff like this, it's fun & funky.

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  17. Neat to see! We always enjoy looking at the metal artwork we see in cities and at universities--and often thinking it wouldn't be too hard to assemble "art" from some of the scrap metal we have. This dog actually looks like a dog, so it probably took a bit more talent than some of the abstract art we see.

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  18. What an ingenious dog statue. He is fantastic.

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