Thursday Salute to Originals: Meg’s Pause Sculpture

In an Ontario park, recycled metals rise fifteen feet out of the ground, sketching a larger than life portrait of two hands and a rock. Blurring the line between drawing and sculpture, artist Dave Hind collapses planes to depict what has been called a “tender exchange of a rock between hands”.

Meg's Pause Sculpture Full View

Meg's Pause Sculpture Detail View

Meg's Pause Sculpture Partial View

What is your interpretation of the sculpture?

Are the concepts and implications truly original, or is Dave Hind’s work building on the artist’s eternal fixation on the expression of the human hand?

Image Credits: Art Bee’s Photoblog, Dave Hind, Rosetta Sister