Friday, May 27, 2011

Found Art Friday 54

Dear Visitors,
To the Department of Homeland Inspiration.org. Today's Found "art" Friday arrives as follows. Soon we'll have to re-introduce and refine this coagulation of Found Art Bloggering because a local newspaper owned by USA today would like to "pick it up".
Art Ranger has been doing her appointed job of watching out for art and ART (that is out there (and in there) and over there).  And you fine citizens and friends are looking out for the art that may define or slice or bestill a moment as well. Maintaining that creative expression can arrive unexpectedly or on purpose.  That it is useful to hone the right to observe closely during our daily lives.  And that digital photography is a transference of imagery still finding its way.
Layers: from Bonnie Hotz
Why paint when you can subtract instead? Another patina.
also from Bonnie:  Arlo and Bailey chill after the ride. Let us now praise the canine kind for their reminding us to seek out some "joie de vivre".
Mrs. Thimble is reminded how hard nature works for a living.




Charlie is overwhelmed with paperwork.  Charlie is trying to get help from FEMA.
Education Reform

And "God Bless Venice" witnessed by Richard Piscuskas in Los Angeles.
Have a do it! week. Until we meet again.

Friday, May 20, 2011

Found Art Friday 53

Hark the visual collection of this day arrives:
"Sphinx Moth Caterpiller feasting on Clarkia" from Diane Gage in San Diego
would not strut its stuff so well if it were not so vertical amongst the purplishes.
We were thinking ..... That Shipped Sailed!   but instead said ...... Keep on Truckin'
La Pieta - or Man with Art by H. David Wagner of Santa Cruz
Thrifty triumph of the week:  broom repair by high tensile bike spoke piercing event.
Union City, California
Really?
"Pebbles" attends the CSUMB Visual Arts graduation.
"Mitch" after two strokes and a cerebral hemmorage who was accidently blocking the parking lot exit and allowed us to take his picture while telling parts of his life story.  Mitch is proud of his rig.  
"Isn't it neat?" said he.

Until we meet again.

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Home on the Range

Reptile happenings from my home on the semi rural suburban range:
  video

For a higher resolution version of this one minute nature program:

Friday, May 6, 2011

Found Art 52

Found Art can knock on your door at any random moment.  You are present for the manifestation, and it sings to you:
brought by Richard Piscuscas in Los Angeles
which somehow led us to Woody Allen's movie "Sleeper"  (the actual house we see in Colorado)


Let's change the subject from the futuristic past to the nostalgic present:





Go dawg go!