Tag Archives: roadside art

Ol King Kole (happy old soul)

Ol King Kole was a happy old soul and a happy old soul was he. He would jump and sing and shake that thing and listen to the buzzing bees. He ran down the lane in the pouring rain and … Continue reading

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Signs On The Country Roads (constantly moving)

1. I found out some friends are moving to Amsterdam. 2. I was told a friend of the family has lived his last day. 3. I see a photo of children I know that now look like adults. 4. I feel … Continue reading

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Carmen40 (streetfolk in the country)

I put art wherever I go. A lot of times I do not go too far so the streetfolk art stays near my house. Other times I get a chance to take art way out in the country. Sometimes my art … Continue reading

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FUN (spring weeds in the cuffs)

Ride down the road. FUN in the trunk. Stop the car and look at the blooming weeds. “Aint she a sight?!” Your mother rolls up in her van. Your dog barks. You get the FUN out and put it up … Continue reading

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Mrs. Do Right (re-do)

Signs and art and other things out in the weather can take a beating. I grew tired of my “Be Nice Do Right” sign in Sam & Mrs. Gloria’s yard looking bad. The long pink arms were all warped and … Continue reading

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After A Tropical Trip

I spent the last several days in a warm tropical locale. Fruits of the land and fish of the sea greeted my every turn. White clouds and warm winds kept me calm and comfortable. Ahhh, but all things must end. … Continue reading

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She Said Yes (a street art wedding proposal)

I painted a wall. It is a special wall in a not so special kind of spot. It took me a while to find a wall I could paint. I asked around East Atlanta. Some said yes; some said maybe. … Continue reading

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Art of the Last Week

Sometimes you don’t have a lot to say. Sometimes you just have some photos. Sometimes you keep it all inside like a note in a bottle. Photos can be worth a lot of words. I put out some more folk … Continue reading

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LandTrust Bear Sign

Does one say something in this situation? Maybe. No? I am not sure. I have been a litte bothered. Is it flattery? Is it not. Once again, I am not really sure. I was asked to decorate a empty billboard … Continue reading

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Interstate Cross Construction (Gearing Up For FolkFest)

I have been painting everyday getting prepared for FolkFest 2012. It is this week, August 17, 18 and 19. I have made a lot of new pieces. I have even painted a collection of furniture; two end tables and a 4-drawer dresser. FolkFest was … Continue reading

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