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Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Enchanted Castle Studio






Inside the walls of the Enchanted Castle is the sculptor's studio where Mark Cline creates all sorts of fiberglass magical things. Sadly, a while back the studio caught on fire and much was destroyed. Now, he is starting over though there do not appear to be any tours going on. Every Halloween his unusual sculptures are seen around and about Lexington.  Hopefully he'll be up and running 
before October 31st. He's a most fascinating artist, and if you are turned on by those special one-of-a-kind people, cut and paste this address - I do not know how to make it link by clicking on it -  to his webpage and look at the short video showing many of his creations. You will not be disappointed.  http://www.enchantedcastlestudios.com

This post is linked with Signs 2 and Skywatch Friday.

31 comments:

  1. He must have a great imagination.
    I have you in on the owl swap.....hope you are okay with that. Remember you don't have to make them.....5......you can buy them and add something to them or do anything cute. I know you won't have a problem with it. xo

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  2. Lorelei would find these characters fascinating.

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  3. Fascinating looking place. Too bad about the fire. Hope they are able to rebuild and reopen.

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  4. I hope he gets on track again looks like this place is beautiful.

    Mary, MI

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  5. This looks like the place I would like to hang out - WOW - now to copy n paste the link. Thanks Genie :)

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  6. must be an interesting place to visit

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  7. Very funny, I like those pretty pictures, one place full of fantasy!

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  8. Ah.... a photographer's playground! Sorry to hear about the fire and hope he bounces back.

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  9. Looks like it was a cute place. I wish him the best in getting it going again.

    Thanks for visiting and commenting on my signs.

    ~Lindy

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  10. That's wonderful...I love talented and slightly eccentric people and places like that.

    Genie, I couldn't get your link on Signs Signs to work...but I knew how to find you anyway ;>)

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  11. I was thinking while looking at the pictures and before reading what you had to write that it looks like the Enchanted Castle could use a little bit of magic fairy pixie dust.

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  12. I was thinking it didn't look very enchanted - what a horrible experience for him.

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  13. Tus fotografias parecen sacadas desde lugares muy bonitos,por ello al miraarlas producen paz y tranquilidad
    Saludos

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  14. Must be an inspiring place to visit. Sorry to hear about the fire.

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  15. Enchanted indeed. Sorry for his bad luck.

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  16. That's terrible about the fire -- I bet he lost some precious creations.

    Thanks so much for stopping by Genie. Much appreciated.

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  17. Now sad he lost so much in a fire! I do enjoy touring places such as this. Some artists have incredibly creative minds.

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  18. such an interesting studio. I hope it works out for him and his supporters. :)

    Re Arc soft. Mine is not an app. It is a Photo studio. Like Gimp or so.

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  19. Great photos and interesting post for SWF!Have a nice weekend.

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  20. Always so sad to lose so much to a fire!! I do hope he is able to recover soon! A creative mind indeed! Thanks for sharing!

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  21. looks like a fun place to visit!

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  22. It is sad about the fire, I wish him well starting over! The sculptures are neat! Great shots!

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  23. Wonderful to see such intriguing imagination in an adult mind. Love the first photo of the fantasy feature on his studio roof.

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  24. Oh gosh, too bad about the fire. What a lot of fun sculptures!

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  25. Beautiful shots and such a creative artist.

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  26. Wonderful shots of the interesting place.

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  27. Oh, I love the imaginative sculptures.

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  28. I hope he can get this up and running again.

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