Lacey Gray Stone
served her sister as maid of honor.
Narrower gray stone
paths run along the yard both in front of and behind the trees, crossing the flagstone.
Hardly a coup, you might thing since there's not much to see--an almost abstract expanse of pitted silver gray stone
, given comprehensible scale and the faintest of festive airs by fallen leaves (from London plane, that tree beloved by European urban planners because pollution can't kill it).
Carl Andre's Sand-Lime Instar, 1995, a reconstitution of his brick installation Equivalents 1-VIII, 1966, looked stunning on MACBA's gray stone
At Artra in Milan in 1996, the small gray stone
sculpture he exhibited, a mountain in miniature, brought to mind the hilly landscapes of Fra Angelico and other Tuscan painters of the early Renaissance.
It turns out this gray stone
building had stood in for Skeldale House, the surgery for veterinarian James Herriot, in the BBC television series ``All Creatures Great and Small.
Her early grids are constituted by small, obviously handmade marks--confirming the "naturalness" signalled by such titles as Gray Stone
II, 1961 and Milk River, 1963--that seem to undermine the axiomative uniformity of the grid, however unassailable it remains.
The gray stone
houses near the steeply wooded tract where the plane went down look out over Cilipi Airport, about two miles to the north.
These white marble stones shine out among the original gray stones
of the amphitheater, and even the most uneducated eye can see how horrific a disaster has been created in the name of restoration at this historic site.
Six streets were targeted ( Ridgeway, Hazelgrove, Gray Stones
, Evenlade, Millford and Meresyde.
We made our way through the cool, atmospheric turns of the colleges, the worn wood and gray stones
reflecting the piping of voices and squeaks of rusty bicycles.