Posts Tagged ‘street art’

LA street art

Posted: March 17, 2020 in Art
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The move’s on. We have a date: one week from today, so you can imagine what I’ll be doing all day, every day. 🙂 It’s good news and sad news: good because we’re doing what we’re supposed to do; sad news because of the people we’re leaving behind. But the adventure begins (or continues.) In the meantime, here’s some street art from LA for you to enjoy.

© janet m. webb
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After the WNDR Museum but before lunch, we came across a variety of art, indoor and out. This one is out.

This one is in…in the Groundswell Coffee Roasters shop where I had my delicious oolong tea.

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Luxeuil-les-Bains is a city with lots of history, although the city’s been destroyed many times since its inception. But among the wonderful old, you’ll find bits of interesting new as well, including these two pieces of window art and some street art of flowers and plants from a high quality flower shop. Enjoy!

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for Six Word Saturday

Another Wyoming mural to liven your Tuesday. Recognize anyone? (And no, I’m not in it.) 🙂

Art about the town isn’t just the perquisite big cities. It’s popping out everywhere including Sheridan, Wyoming, one of Wyoming’s largest cities at under 20,000. When our younger daughter and I went to town one day, she asked to walk past the mural across from the library. Here are a couple shots from that, starting with her doing something I couldn’t do, even if I weren’t taking a photo.

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© janet m. webb

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LA is full of interesting doors.  Yes, there really is a door here, right below the obi.

To what shall
I liken the world?
Moonlight, reflected
In dewdrops,
Shaken from a crane’s bill.

Dogen

© janet m. webb

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Literal: expressed by letters.  In this case, the sentiment is also expressed, I am compelled by my inner grammarian to add, incorrectly.  It should read “Fake happiness is the WORST kind of sadness” (unless there are only two kinds).  I’m also quite sure this isn’t a quote from the fiddling Nero, but I think the sentiment worthy of sharing and it was a fun find as we wandered the streets of Philadelphia last year.

Debbie at Travel with Intent hosts One Word Sunday (as well as Six-word Saturday–what is it with the number thing?), but she set us a hard one this week.  Looking forward to seeing other interpretations.