Posted by Shirley Twofeathers in art
The Underwater Sculpture Gallery in Grenada, West Indies is a project started in May 2006 by sculptor Jason Taylor, with the support of the Grenadian Ministry of Tourism and Culture.
This is a unique artistic enterprise, celebrating Caribbean culture and highlighting environmental processes, such as coral reef re-generation. The Underwater Sculpture Park also explores the ever-changing relationships of Art and the environment. As you can see below, the sculptures continue to evolve and grow.
Here is a series of sculptures ready to go into the water:
And here's how they look after placement:
A year later they look like this:
Here is another sculpture before it's placed into the ocean:
Underwater, it takes on a whole new look:
Wow... creepy, huh?
Here's another one:
Aren't these cool?
I wonder what they'll look like 50 years from now.