NO this isn’t a photo of a cave mural, it’s a couple of pieces of art about three and half feet square that hangs in a friends house.
I can’t seem to make up my mind whether I like it or merely able to toerte it – which kind of seems to be the consensus.
Posted a few examples of this young girls talent and abilities previously – abilities that include examples like this to pottery and jewelry.
Otters like anything else in the wild have learned to be wary of man, yet being as gregarious as they are if a person shows some respect and patience curiosity gets the best of them if you’re not perceived as a threat and they will begin narrowing the gap.
If you find humor in a bunch of clowns piling out of car you’ll find the antics of a “romp” of otters hilarious – they are perhaps the most fun loving and game playing of all the animals.
Being members of the weasel family which includes badgers and wolverines a person couldn’t be blamed for thinking they share the attitude but that’s far from the case and I’ve yet to see so much as single otter display the same temperament or aggression.
The drawing is by a sister featuring a “pup” by way of sending a birthday wish – I’ve added a copyright to it as a means of protection for her artistic efforts.
Drawn and given to me a few years ago by a very talented sister and has become something of a personal totem.
Her logo is cropped on the bottom and I’m not sure if it came that way when sent to me or occurred by accident – either way I’ll be will be going through the archives to make a determination and update if need be.
Most people when they think of Salvador Dali think of him primarily as a painter, but he also did a number of sculptures.
Might sound strange but when I first saw this along the river bank I thought it looked like something Dali would have created.
The greatest art ever produced doesn’t hang on museum or gallery walls, it won’t be found in books, photographs, private collections, or on the internet, it exists all around us in the daily exhibition created by nature.
An art that is vibrant, alive, and interactive.
There was an abundance of Queen Anne’s Lace in the area these photos were taken and it was only natural, almost obligatory to take more than a few.
An unusual plant but a beauty in it’s own right – inspite of the diminutive size of individual flowers that compose the larger one it’s far from being fragile.
On moonlit nights where it grows it as though Jackson Pollock was set loose with a brush and a bucket of white paint to hurl across a dark canvas, nature’s homage to Pollock and abstract expressionism, or perhaps the reverse.
If there’s a reasonable breeze it becomes not unlike a “wave” at a stadium game, all that’s missing is the roar of the crowd and vendors with beer and hot dogs.