The Fiber Arts Center is truly unique. My first three visits to The Old Oaks Ranch Fiber Arts Center were concerned with choosing wool for scarves, setting up a time to weave, learning to weave the project, and completing the task. I rushed in and rushed out. But, as I was leaving Friday night, I made time to stop to photograph a stone structure that catches one's attention. In doing so, I was captivated with all the sculptures around the stone structure and in the garden area. When blogging, you learn to use a camera; and, lo and behold, you see things you never would have because you take time to smell the roses to take pictures.
A Long Horn greeting as you drive in the gate.
This is the stone structure. One reason it is so unique is because the stones are standing up instead of laid flat. As you walk closer, you hear water.
There is a waterfall into a fish pond.
My trusty Jeep in the background, but you also get a feel for the size of the fish pond.
Suddenly fish appear.
There are a couple little holes around the floor of the structure with bubbling water.
These guys are my favorite, I think. The title is "The Conspiracy." Don't you just love them?
Isn't this lovely?
Looking back toward the Fiber Arts Center, there is a piece of art atop each fence post.
This is truly a wonderful piece.
Suddenly I spied this one.
This piece caught my eye; but if you look closely, you'll see two more pieces in the background. The area abounds with sculptured art.
True to its name, The Old Oaks Ranch, old oaks are everywhere. It reminds me of a heart.
Last, but not least, a couple of alpacas in one of the pastures.
I hope you enjoyed the tour as much as I did taking the photos. Until a couple of months ago, I had no idea this place existed. I'm doing my best to let people know about it.
Until next time, God bless.