Thursday, February 26, 2015

George Segal - Walk Don't Walk

I chose this work of Segals for the most part as it was one that i recognized most readily. It captures a degree of realism and humanity as a moment frozen in time. What i found most interesting were the postures of the models in the work with the front man seemingly slouched and the man in the back, morpheus, standing upright and strong. A depicted collection of individuals reflecting the diversity of city life is captured in this work.

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