The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh consists of two Neo-classical buildings,
Modern One and Modern Two.
Modern One above,originally a school,was built in the 1820s and designed by architect William Burn.
Burn designed many churches,private houses and public buildings including
Dawyck House and St.Johns Church.
Reclining Figure by Henry Moore (1898-1986)
The neon sculpture above the columns is by Martin Creed.
Landform by American landscape architect CHARLES JENCKS.
Soni Heights, Nara Perfecture, Japan.
When I saw this photo (HERE) by my blog friend Cosmos,I was struck by the similarity to Charles Jenck's sculpture at the Gallery of Modern Art. This is Mother Nature's land art!
The building behind the land form and trees is gallery Modern Two.
I'll show this in my next post.
Earth Angels : by Meg Watson (1950-2002) : Oil on canvas.