Saturday, December 25, 2010

Found Art Friday 35

Here here at the DHI we are celebrating the fun of fungi, and mush room varieties, those temporary upbirths of our yuletide season:

A selection from our next of kin


Who knows?

definitely a ghost of christmaspast

Love and Peace to all  - and may the moisture of 2010 bring something good to 2011!  We've appreciated your thoughtful and random contributions, far and wide, close and tiny.  Art Ranger will certainly hope to see you around the corner for year two of her blogoriffing experiment.

Friday, December 17, 2010

Found Art Friday 34

Well, here are this weeks' sharings:

"Neat Jelly" found by Jim Lindenthal 
(which Art Ranger thinks is ballet that surpasses Nutcracker Suites)

And these two by Bonnie Hotz, who knows when not to abandon her gloves 

And Ode to Fungi!  (I'm afraid the Ranger has a new series brewing).  How are the spores of your environs moistening? Please document!

Things we find in our 12 yr old son's room:

Evidently this is one is called: "Intense Female Worm"


Sing praises and look for an animation program.

Have a great week in which some art squeaks past the packing tape that tries to beat you up 
and the holiday pleasing pressure that ridiculously furrows your brow

Friday, December 10, 2010

Found art Friday 33

Well well welcome to Found Art Friday's late night (in fact after the x-mas party).  What we have here is an offering from Robin Brailsford in Dulzura, California.

"See Snakelike" said she:

Which happened to coincide with a severe household infrastructure problem called leaking gas line.
Snakelike finally after several days of no heat or hot water.  Replace the whole dang ting.

Quote from 14 yr old child:   "This is bullshit!  If I can't take a shower I'm going to stay home all day and play video games because that is what people with bad hygiene do."  
(Ooopsy Daisy, FAF got hijacked by circumstances - a lot to sift through.  A lot to do ourselves.)

Well, yes, art rangering is always there, and even more absurd to take time for under infrastructural duress.  Plumbers love this saying:  "when it rains it pours". 

A very naughty part unearthed and eaten after only 2 and 1/2 years underground
Let's hear it for plastic!  - uh - if it manages to be a nice new uncorosive underground gas line for our nest.
Hoping to button things up and change the voodoo soon.   Breathe deep, and reach for cookies.