Sometimes the art is on the street, you only have to see it. I wonder what people 100 years from now would think of this scene in the photograph. That seems interesting to me. On Highway 62 in Joshua Tree CA.
How many of you shop at at Haberdasher or even know what it is? Good place to stop if you suddenly need sleeve garters or a Savoy Fedora. This one has a great neon sign in Portland Oregon. I knew this was a photograph when I saw it!
Naked, she turned from the train leaving with only a cape from her hair flowing behind her.
The famous bronze statue Kvinneakt created by Norman J. Taylor seemingly turning and leaving the train in Portland Oregon. Kvinneakt means “nude woman” in Norwegian. Often the source of fun and controversy, public art that endures.
A sign that speaks for itself in so many ways. In the Chinatown District in Portland Oregon.
Street art mural in downtown Portland Oregon.
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is looking up! I am kidding, it really is doing a lot of good! But glamour model Micaela Schäfer has stepped it up, way up! Naked on the streets of Berlin. My clothes are on but my hat is off to her. Micaela has my respect for being so very adventuresome to do this. So enjoy the video while I am checking out airfare and hotels. This is a screen shot from the video and the actual video is below that.
What an amazingly interesting mural to have on the side outside wall of a Kosher Bakery! I photographed this yesterday on Fairfax Avenue in Los Angeles. Actually Los Angeles is becoming known as a city of murals. Very Fun!
Got this guy at the shelter on Friday. They said he would make a great watch dog. But he doesn’t seem to bark at all. Also not interesting in playing ball. Oh well, we will see how he does at puppy class.
Actually a small part of a mural in Twentynine Palms photographed on a day long photo excursion. “This trompe l’oeil mural tells a story about an artist who fell asleep while painting a mural. Manifested from the artist dreaming about Cattle Days in Hidden Valley, a rodeo bull named Valentine is metamorphosed into reality next to the scaffolding. Named for the white heart shape on his head, Valentine also bears the McHaney gang brand, as if he traveled out of the historical scene in the mural. Waiting for the artist to awake, along with a patient vulture, Valentine will soon have his day.” “Valentine’s Day” by John Pugh.
Weekends and nice weather. Makes me think of A Route 66 photo excursion. A trip a month ago and a Route 66 wall mural in Needles California. Sure makes a drab beige wall in the middle of town a lot more fun!
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By the way, this was photographed on a photo excursion I did on Route 66 in California between Amboy and Needles.
They come from all over to travel Route 66! We did yesterday, 409 miles and 14 hours round trip. This mural was on the side of a gas station in Needles, California. Great fun!
An other worldly glow in the Chalk Art by Cecelia Ramos Linayao At The Palm Springs Chalk Festival. She has been a featured artist at museums, festivals and exhibitions from Florida to Hawaii to China and Mexico and much more. What a treat to be able to photograph her and other artists live works right here in Palm Springs.
Moe Notsu in Palm Springs for the Chalk Art Festival . Originally from Shimane Japan And now Cal State University Long Beach, she has won a number of Chalk Art events since 2011.
“Bumper To Bumper” by Paulden Evans. A sculpture of chrome bumpers. Outside the entrance to the new upstairs location for “Crave”. A “dessert bar” and a really great place! At the corner of Palm Canyon Drive and Amado in Palm Springs. Check it out! http://www.craveps.com
A colorful billboard giving it’s healthy message to a stark environment. Photographed on FujiFilm in a Leica M7 camera.
I have to apologize. You see Maria Bertrand makes it so easy for me to be a photographer. Just find a fun wall, ask her to stand there and it’s magic!
This was an exhibit that gave me a new appreciation for the art of the streets, whether signs or graffiti. I am sorry I did not have the chance to see and photograph it more than once. The “Art In The Streets” exhibit at The Geffen Contemporary at The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles. “Installations by 50 of the most dynamic artists and will emphasize Los Angeles’s role in the evolution of graffiti and street art, with special sections dedicated to seminal local movements such as cholo graffiti and Dogtown skateboard culture.”
“Art In The Streets” exhibit at The Geffen Contemporary at The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles. “Installations by 50 of the most dynamic artists and will emphasize Los Angeles’s role in the evolution of graffiti and street art, with special sections dedicated to seminal local movements such as cholo graffiti and Dogtown skateboard culture.”
I truly enjoyed shooting photographs at this show some time ago. The “Art In The Streets” exhibit at The Geffen Contemporary at The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles. “Installations by 50 of the most dynamic artists and will emphasize Los Angeles’s role in the evolution of graffiti and street art, with special sections dedicated to seminal local movements such as cholo graffiti and Dogtown skateboard culture.”