Letter: The pink bunny made me grin
I don’t generally read newspapers, but while in a waiting room this morning I picked up a copy of the PI and immediately turned to the letters section, where I saw Deanna Liebl’s critique of the Pink Bunny. The first time I saw the sculpture, I grinned from ear to ear in appreciation of the artist’s sense of whimsy and flawless execution.
Having worked in metal; noble, base, exotic and ferrous, for the past 45 years, I’m always critical of metalwork, but never found anything awkward, unbalanced, sloppy or otherwise aesthetically displeasing about the sculpture, and every time I saw it, it made me grin. It is certainly better than the Picasso and the Calder travesties proudly exhibited in downtown Chicago.
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