Tag Archives: street folk

Being Thankful (a mind and heart-lightner)

Saying “Thank You” can do a lot for a person. Being thankful is a good way to help get your brain back on track. Sometimes when I feel down and out I think about what I am thankful for and … Continue reading

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Elevate 2017 (bogota dreams)

You can’t see all the way around the world at one time. You can’t do everything at once. We are only alive for a little while. We will never be around long enough to impress a big round boulder. (my … Continue reading

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Meeting Good Folks (the magic tree)

I get to meet a lot of great and inspiring people doing what I do. For that I am thankful. Some of the most inspiring are folks who have made a business and a life out of nothing. I always … Continue reading

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Shiny Top Notch (over under below above)

I have always like roadside oddities and signs for Hot Boiled Peanuts — odd monuments and country hand-made signs.  I like to ride along and see what all the hubbub is about. Usually the signs are better than what they … Continue reading

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Doodles On Wood (they aren’t doodles at all)

Sippin’ mostly decaf coffee she bought me in Savannah during September I listen to 24 Frames by Isbell. My head hurts most days I awake. My brain never used to ache in the morning. At least I haven’t fallen upon the … Continue reading

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Sunday Afternoon (driving around town)

We drove 40 miles to eat brunch. I ate lunch. Funny thing because I am a lover of brunches and brunching. But this time I ate lunch. Perhaps the drive wore me out. We went for a mother-in-law birthday gathering. After … Continue reading

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Hot Fish (fast or fresh)

One hand behind my back. I have 8 miles to go.  I try to take advantage of all the untied shoe laces. I try to see something new in all the old faces. You might not understand if you tried. … Continue reading

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Two Mouths (more options)

This blue green fella has two mouths. One is wide and the other is long. One can eat pie while the other one eats cake. One can speak to you while the other speaks to them. One tells mostly all truths … Continue reading

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Coca-Cola Bottle 2016 (fizzy fun)

I recently painted my version of a Classic Coca-Cola Bottle from the 1950’s. I was approached by a Coca-Cola art collector about creating a BlackCatTips Coke bottle. It makes me happy to look at the finish product. I sent it … Continue reading

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Time Frame (removal by shotgun)

We all have a limited time frame we operate inside within. The same goes for street art. My street folk art and signs always have an interesting life. Some signs fall down. Some signs get taken. Some signs get thrown away. … Continue reading

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