Friday, October 31, 2014

Found Art Friday 158

Dear Ones,
It's raaaiiinginggg!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! it's pouring !!!!!!!! blue mother.
Today, Art Ranger shares with you what was once a feat of flawed housekeeping, that three weeks later has become this:
Please dear friends, offer us your kind advice .... what on earth should we do next?


Oh hark! it is old Hallo's Eve oh.
 Now a ___ $$$$$$$$ billion enterprise for us to not be ourselves
or to be actually more ourselves than ever
through expression
even upon tiny quivering dogs
 my country tis of thee, first buying
then eating way too much of the wrong thing
Let us instead be inspired
to dance with the dead!
borrowed from Julian Granirer, unmasked
That is all now because you are too busy and so are we and so is the whole damn world.
Do take time to vigorously stare at something and show us later:

Friday, October 24, 2014

Found Art Friday 158

Dear Ones,
After some decades, art just falls in your lap sometimes.  You are just transected by its arrival.
 Underside movie - Near Mouth of the Salinas River

Protective Mama found by Bonnie Hotz

Wow that would be huge to locomote more silk-wrapped kids than your entire abdomen could hold. She may need an exoskelleton adjustment.
Wick Alexander  "The man can paint!" - Travelers

Fungus Among us  revealed by poet, Diane Gage
In honor of the fact that raaaaiiiiinnnn !!!!!! !!!!!! is in the forecast. (Wow we just noticed that exclamation marks are actual rain drops) ......   Please let it !!!!!!!!!!!!!

Friday, October 17, 2014

Found Art Friday 157

Dear Ones,
It's come to this - a collection of moments captured on foot:
It's both about time, and It's about time (she got her spine aligned).  Tidy shop is also a few doors doors down from a home for the "memory impaired". We certainly do hope they host field trips.

 Now This Special Transmittal from the Department of Lost Shoes:
no emoji for this
What have you noticed lately?

wind whistles when it weaves by wires

Pray tell because Art Ranger would be privileged to know and share: sprint us an image or 2 right here:

Friday, October 10, 2014

Found Art Friday 156

Dear Ones,
It is marvelous when Friday (finally) arrives and there is something already waiting in Art Ranger's inbox:
from Friend in the Bay Area: 1st Grade "We gave the kids two tomato cages, a lampshade and three bags of old clothes then watched the scarecrow come alive ... complete with a brain inspired by the Wizard of Oz"
 Often, we find ourselves humming: "If I only had a brain ...." this improved lampshade creation reminded us of how great a word SCARECROW really is:
a murder of crows
Then, we were going about our new routine of goshdarnspine alignment, (which ironically requires extra driving) when we saw (parked next to an artichoke farm), a handmade sign leaning on a green VW bus that said "Bicycle  Support".  Magnetized by the popsicle green oasis of charm, we stopped to chat.  After having traversed the country several times, this is Paul's way of giving back.  Every Tuesday morning, in case you're in need of water or a snack: 
We met a man named Paul by the side of the road
He gave us this pin:
we move the meter by ourselves with others
 Meanwhile .....
Just about that time ... here's Gentleman Jeff ..... on Rte 50 outside of Reno ..... dropping the hammer for 104! epic miles ........ with his Silver State 508 team.  

So What Up?.. let us know through your images right here right now please:

Friday, October 3, 2014

Found Art Friday

Dear Ones,
Okay, now where were we?  That's just it - were we present where we are or were? and inclined to capture the image presented at our feet:
Discovered by Sonya Devine and Nikki Moore -
 Beach surface celebrates the process of shriveling and gradually becoming something else. Minerals map traces.
photo by Tom Foxworthy - posted by Robin Brailsford, Inventor
Very taunting and tempting to just read that.  Some private things can make you feel that way.

Matt Kilman, from 2010

 What is going on in your "neck of the woods"?  Speaking of necks, those are hard to keep optimally aligned your whole life.  Evidently, ours needs a re-noodling just like above sign.
Suddenly, we completely admire animals with hinges
from ongoing Technology in the Classroom discussion with colleague,  Normi Burke      

Send us your visual thoughts, and we will re-arrange them here: