Tuesday, January 22, 2013

WW: Raphell Fountain Sculpture at Brookgreen Gardens

Woman Fountain Sculpture at Brookgreen Gardens


"As we give love, so shall we receive love.
As we give strength, so shall we receive strength."

- Raphell Sims Lakowitz

This beautiful fountain sculpture by Bruno Lucchesi memorializes Raphell Sims Lakowitz, from whose loving leadership flowed a new way of helping mental health patients. Stroll through more of my Brookgreen Gardens photos or better yet, visit South Carolina yourself!

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21 comments :

  1. A really interesting sculpture in that its beauty is so lifelike rather than an attempt to stylize, or idealize.

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  2. Awesome statue Kristin! Thanks for hosting and Happy WW!

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  3. I love the statue!

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  4. Would love to visit South Carolina to see this beauty myself.

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  5. I love the way the fountain and the statue of the girl are situated like this - very nice! Thanks for sharing and hosting another week of WW. :)

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  6. Beautiful sculpture! I'd love to see it in person some day! Thank you for sharing it.

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  7. Beautiful fountain! Thank you for hosting big hugs!!!

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  8. What a lovely fountain...The girl looks so joyous! Thanks for hosting. Happy WW!

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  9. Excellent photo of a lovely statue.

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  10. What a great quote and a beautiful photograph. The sculpture is wonderful. Thank you for sharing the information too, it's very moving.

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  11. That's really pretty! I love sculpture gardens!

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  12. This fountain will stand the through time! Lovely garden statues. Thanks for the visit to My Wordless Wednesday

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  13. lovely statue, I was thinking Helen Keller ....

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