PPAC #8 Immersive Van Gogh ..#2

These are from earlier this summer. Huge projections of Van Gogh’s work was the makeup of this exhibit (onto full walls and floors). One of the coolest things I’ve done in the city!

Some of the fade-ins &outs made for a whole other experience!

A video of the event A bit long, but it gives a pretty good idea of what went on. Enjoy!

Pat

For ( Photographing Public Art Challenge) PPAC #8 with Cee. To see other entries or to participate go here.

PPAC #3

This was one of my favorite finds as far as mural goes. I was on the hunt in Williamsburg for a part for my turntable and ran into this!

This I thought was a sculpture Turns out that’s a real guy, painted from head to toe in that color, staying very still in that position. Then he spoke He was near the Bull down there in the Wall Street area

Pat
7/5/21

Linking to Photographing Public Art Challenge #3 Being hosted by Marsha over at Always Write Blog this week. To read more or participate go here

https://alwayswrite.blog/2021/07/02/ppac-3-prescott-petroglyphs/

Jazz – Street Murals

These are two of about eight murals that act as cover for a building that is undergoing renovation. This takes the eyesore out of the construction site. I always thought that all the murals, often seen in groups, were done by one artist. Not so! I think this one had a curator. It’s at Underhill Ave & Lincoln Place in Brooklyn.

Well, the first one says Charlie Parker. But the second one had no name on it. The artist left it up to us. I think it’s Roy Hargrove. What do you think?

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Pat R

2/09/19

 

 

 

Desert -Sedona, Az

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This baby is $28,000.00

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My first trip to Sedona…it was jaw dropping, natures’s art at its best. Folks are very artsy, sculptures, paintings, and jewelry every where. Very friendly. I don’t know why I expected sand, too many movies I guess. Felt like I was living in a painting. Maybe that’s why everyone was so mellow😊. I drove up steep, curvy roads. Looked down the deepest canyons, and saw in person for the first time a few people rock climbing!!!  Like in the movies!! And everywhere we ate, the food was ridiculously good. We stayed at Los Abrigados. Excellent. One of most surprising thing was the weather. Though it was in the desert we were at a 3000 foot elevation.  It was way cooler than I expected.  I loved it!!!!

Pat R