Rag and Bone with Blanket by Welsh artish Laura Ford - on a Stockholm street corner. Ford Uses Beatrix Potter characters like Tod the Fox to depict social issues such as homelessness in this sculpture.
Part of a "Cocktail Couture" ceramics exhibit by Swedish artist Agneta Spangburg in the garden of Sofiero in Helsingborg, the summer digs of Swedish royalty.
This joyful dancing woman is one of over 200 sculptures by Gustav Vigeland depicting all stages of human life and emotion. All the sculptures are in Vigeland Park in the center of Oslo.
These beautiful bas relief nudes are on the columns down a long hallway in Stockholm's city hall and just outside the Blue Hall where the Nobel Prize is awarded annually. If our Congress saw something this beautiful every day, do you think it would improve its attitude?
Open courtyard of the Glyptotek Art Gallery in Copenhagen. "Beer money" from the founder of the Carlsberg Brewery provided this gift to the Danish people and visitors to the city. I spent an afternoon here learning about Danish painters and visiting old friends Monet, Sisley and Pissarro.
Stay tuned for some Viking stuff!