Balboa Park Observation

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I visited Balboa Park on March 31, accompanying me was my 3-year-old son. We had already walk for an hour before deciding to take a break and have a snack, so we spotted a seating area with chairs and shade, while enjoying our snacks during our break, I noticed the several sculptures in front of the San Diego Museum of Art. The first sculpture I’ll review is “Solar Bird” by artist Joan Miró made in 1966. The sculpture’s mass is bronze and the size is 3’11” high by 5’11” wide and 3’4” deep. The curvilinear contour of the sculpture used by the artist is implying, in a more abstract than figurative mode, a flying bird with open wings. When describing the sculpture using the 3D design elements, one can see that the sculpture has an organic non-representational
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