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Saturday, August 7, 2010

Art Work on Board

Good morning,

The art work on board Freedom of the Seas is just exquisite.  I'm not referring to the art that is for auction or for sale, I'm referring to the art that decorates the ship itself.

The ship above is protected in a glass case.  The detail is just gorgeous.
Here is artwork painted on a brick wall that you would not expect to find on a ship at sea.  This is on the Royal Promenade at Sorrento's Pizza.
The air and space theme of this artwork high in the forward atrium (note the people five decks below at the bottom of the image) is very appropriate for a ship sailing out of Port Canaveral, so very close to Cape Canaveral.
And, these last three shots are of glass art work. 
Each is unique and huge!
I plan to take more detailed pictures of this with my bigger Canon camera.  But, in the meantime, this is an overview of the many, many pieces of art on board Freedom of the Seas.

More tomorrow if you would like join me.  :)

Very best,



Martys Fiber Musings said...

Beautiful...look forward to more.

Sherry said...

A real showcase! Amazing.

Wanda..... said...

The glass art work was very impressive and displayed beautifully!

Anonymous said...

Can't get over how huge that ship is. The art work is beautiful. Gives it a Posh feeling huh?! I imagine it's super in person. Maybe some day....debbie

Montanagirl said...

Beautiful! Hope to see more of the artwork!

~*~ saskia ~*~ said...

Gorgeous art work, Lois! Hope your weekend is gorgeous too so far. xxx

Elaine said...

They have really done a nice job on decorating the ship. You certainly have beautiful surroundings in which to while away the hours at sea. The glasswork is gorgeous.