JFK Promenade in Golden Gate Park
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Golden Mile, the renowned JFK promenade of San Francisco, is set to become the epicenter of art and inspiration this October. We are thrilled to announce the arrival of 'Eat, Travel, Play, Care,' an extraordinary exhibition by the internationally acclaimed artists Gillie and Marc, celebrated for their iconic characters Rabbitwoman and Dogman. This exhibition seamlessly integrates with the Golden Mile Project, adding a new dimension to this iconic destination.
Gillie and Marc's beloved characters, Rabbitwoman and Dogman, stand as symbols of unity and love. These anthropomorphic figures, a rabbit and a dog, represent the fusion of two disparate species, highlighting the beauty of diversity and the power of connection. Rabbitwoman and Dogman's love story transcends boundaries, serving as a reminder that love knows no bounds and that our differences can be our greatest strengths.
With their artistic vision, Gillie and Marc have captured the hearts of audiences worldwide. Their iconic sculptures and public exhibits can be seen across the globe in cities such as New York, London, Singapore, and Sydney. Each installation has left an indelible mark, inspiring conversations about love, tolerance, and environmental consciousness.
The exhibition, titled 'Eat, Travel, Play, Care,' comprises five enchanting bronze sculptures that tell compelling stories and invite visitors to engage with art in a profound and interactive way.
These sculptures celebrate the core elements of human existence and provide a powerful reason for art enthusiasts, families, and travellers alike to visit Golden Mile:
They believed every journey was a beautiful adventure (Bronze Sculpture)
"TRAVEL" takes us on an adventurous journey as Rabbitwoman and Dogman set off with suitcases in hand. It's a celebration of life's diverse paths and the importance of embracing every adventure with joy and wonder.
They were no master chefs but that didn't stop them from making a feast (Bronze Sculpture)
"EAT" transports visitors to a heartwarming kitchen scene where Rabbitwoman and Dogman, the beloved characters by Gillie and Marc, cook up a storm. This sculpture embodies the joy of preparing a meal together and showcases the nourishment that comes from both food and companionship.
Swimming with a flamingo (Bronze Sculpture)
"PLAY" invites visitors to join Rabbitwoman and Dogman on a whimsical voyage, riding a giant inflatable flamingo. This sculpture encourages everyone to rediscover their inner child and embrace the spirit of play, offering a reminder of the power of laughter and positivity.
They had a whale of a time (Bronze Sculpture)
"CARE" immerses us in environmental consciousness with a majestic whale sculpture. It serves as a poignant reminder of the threats faced by these magnificent creatures, urging us to take action and care for our planet and all its inhabitants.