Posts Tagged ‘Worcester MA’

Joan D'Arc A
A Copy of the Statue of Joan of Arc at Domrémy by Henri Chapu, Which Was Given as a Gift by the Class of 1902, Can Be Seen in the Lobby of the Administration Building at Worcester State University in Worcester, MA (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on May 4, 2017)

Pixie 2
A Drowsy Pixie Takes a Nap in a Flower Pot in the Front Yard Garden of a House on Woodland Street in Worcester, MA  After a Recent Snowfall (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on December 9, 2014)

Moses Crompton Collective
A Small Antique Statue (For Sale at the Crompton Collective in Worcester, MA) Depicting Moses With Two Horns Protruding From His Head as Described in Exodus 34:33 (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on September 29, 2017)

gargoyle on tombstone
A Sinister-Looking Gargoyle Seen Squatting Atop of a Tombstone in a Cemetery Located on the Front Lawn of a Private Residence on an Undisclosed Street in Worcester, Massachusetts

buddha crompton collective a (3)
Buddha Observed Meditating in the Lotus Position Surrounded by Houseplants on a Windowsill at the Crompton Collective in Worcester, MA (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on November 7, 2019)

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A Pair of Comical Ceramic Busts (One of a Young Man Playing the Saxophone and the Other of a Girl Clapping Her Hands Over Her Ears in Obvious Distress) Are Available for Purchase at the Crompton Collective in Worcester, MA (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on March 7, 2020)

Giant Bobblehead Polar Park 2A
A Statue of an Old-Timey Baseball Player in the Form of a Gigantic Bobblehead Seen at Polar Park,  the Home of the Worcester Red Sox

Pillow Face
A Pillow With a Human Face Stares Out From the Storefront Window of The Futon Company on Highland Street in Worcester, MA (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on April 30, 2015)

Cat at Ward Animal Clinic A
A Concrete Cat Greets Clients at the Entrance of the Ward Animal Clinic on Grove Street in Worcester, MA (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on November 24, 2014)

Kilby Street Foo Dog
One Way to Distinguish the Gender of an Imperial Guardian Lion (Also Known as a Foo Dog) is the Male (Such as This One Found on Kilby Street in Worcester, MA) Will Usually Have His Right Front Foot Resting on a Sphere or Ball, While His Female Counterpart Will Have Her Left Paw Gently Restraining A Struggling Cub Lying on Its Back (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on August 25, 2014)