Public Art: Sea Dragon

Sea Dragon by Deana Mando

This is the year of the water dragon, so when we saw one in San Diego’s waterfront, we had to take a picture of it.

The piece titled, “Sea Dragon” by Deana Mando is located near the other two sculptures we featured last week. The art piece is made of epoxy fiberglass over flexible aluminium tube so that it’s flexible and can coil on to a pole looking out the bay.

I found this piece’s appearance quite striking with a slight cartoonish feel probably due to its coloring. But I wouldn’t want to mess with it, if you know what I mean.

5 responses to “Public Art: Sea Dragon

  1. People born in this year must be so regal with an icon so beautiful!
    I’m born in the year of *drum roll please* the pig… 😛

    Choc Chip Uru

    • I think all the signs are beautiful and unique. Speaking of *pigs*, I saw some public art years ago in Seattle that feature them. Don’t know if they still have them, but they were really cool. In SF, we have the *hearts* all over as in I left my *heart* in SF. I think it’s some kind of public art projects all over the US or at least in the western side.

  2. Public art on the waterfront here is hit or miss. Most people would say miss. I say that if it makes you think, stop and stare, take pictures, it’s a hit.

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