Friday, May 19, 2017

Found Art Friday 227

Dear ones,
We can't not be distracted by the quaking breaking "news".  It seems ages ago that Comey man admitted to feeling "slightly nauseous" (good sign) .... Meanwhile, the  comb-over, the sad mad Mr. What-not-to-be continues to blow himself up with over-inflation over what can not be just combed over.  Art Ranger became her father cussing at the television in 1972.  We would like to get off this carousel  - yet we are grotesquely fascinated by it. The ratings must actually be so high!

"There is nothing further to add on that." X 500 - We have Spicers, McMasters and Flakes ....

Is this the implosion of democracy?  Or is it the recharging station? 

Mother earth is surely going to rear her head. 

Insert breathing lessons that focus on the color of green or blue tones of nature:
At the Wishing Well (Sackler Museum, Washington DC )-  No one seems greedy - shared are small, basic, unifying wishes.  Moments of intention and wishes we wish for each other 

Bob's Art Lesson   -   Dad grew from art
Downtown Salinas   (We love heavy things that work)
What is America now?  How should we define ourselves? 
Since we can not accept many of the swirling narratives .
Scolds Bridle from 1700's  - we pair it with:
Please send your own randomness to

Friday, May 12, 2017

Found Art Friday 226

Dear ones,
Alas and alack (a severe lack) of clothes upon the Emperor causes we the people to suffer whiplash as ridiculously insecure man continues to jerk himselfness upon the world recklessly.

Art Ranger is therefore even more committed to the Homeland Inspiration service of recognizing moments of visual interest and excellence right where you may find yourself. 
Here is a contribution from sculptor Nicki Sucec in Arroyo Grande, California:
  This immediately sifts us over to "Stir Your Stumps" the saying:
is it camo or code?
We highly recommend saying "Stir your stumps" with a Scottish accent.

While clearing our inbox that hasn't actually been cleared since 2008, we happily discard this photo:
Oh NO it's not! Gwyn but at least we now feel better about how our own hair ends.

The Bracelet Makers Bench

Wouldn't that be a good title for a novel? The bracelets  are custom concoctions that have meanings in lives like a flower arrangement. 
Loose ends meet up and tangle at night.
Gorgeous activism by Jan Lindenthal-Cox   fabulous mother and career woman extraordinaire

As the card we brought home from the book fair says we must:
some great people from Minnesota were present.

Indeed - we try to take our heart with us wherever we go.  See some found Art along the way? Please do send it to Art Ranger's Found Art hotline here: