This entry is art that reminds me of Poseidon. Be advised that ARCHITECTURE is a form of art in my opinion. The pictures include a photo of Poseidon’s temple remnants at Sounion, a mosaic, a photo of a statue of Poseidon himself, and “Blucifer” (a blue horse statue in Denver) — the last because of Poseidon’s connection to horses.
(JS) ABOVE: A 32-foot sculpture commissioned three years before Denver International Airport opened was finally installed in the median of Pena Boulevard leading up to the terminal. “Mustang” was bolted onto a concrete base. Creation of the sculpture survived lawsuits over the pace of the work, the illness of sculptor Luis Jimenez, and his death when a section of the sculpture came loose from a hoist and pinned him against a steel support beam. Jimenez was 65 when he died at his Hondo, N.M., studio in June 2006. His family, including sons Adan and Orion, finished the sculpture, his widow Susan Jimenez said. Helen H. Richardson/The Denver Post