Posted in the hallway outside the costume shop at the university’s studio arts building were a series of costume drawings.
We pass this bizarre sculpture all the time and it’s still hard not to notice it.
I wandered into a downtown alley because something caught my eye, and found this wall with the fire escape, its shadows, graffiti, a portrait, and light reflected from a nearby glass high-rise.
Here’s a fun book that may not be in your library, since it seems to be hard to get a hold of: All Yesterdays: Unique and Speculative Views of Dinosaurs and Other Prehistoric Animals by John Conway, C.M. Kosemen, and Darren Naish.
This lady walked around the Cultural Center at the State Fair in a balloon dress.
Every year artists decorate the downtown park benches.
There was a big chalkboard at the Iowa City Arts Festival where you could fill in the blank, “Before I die I want to…”
Students displayed projects, like these sculptures and industrial designs, during ArtsFest at the university’s School of Art.
Terminal D at Dallas-Fort Worth Airport has the advantage of being big and spacious and full of diverting artwork.
A pumpkin carver shows off her produce.
The city lets artists paint the benches on the downtown pedestrian mall.
Demolition of a downtown building revealed this mural on the adjacent building.
A belated gallery of photos from last Sunday’s trip to the fair.
This scarecrow scares me more than it scares crows.
This sculpture appeared mysteriously a few weeks ago.
I felt l had seen of it all I needed to see of the September 11 Memorial from our our hotel room window.
I moved away from New York almost ten years ago and I haven’t been back to visit the city in six. Much is as I left it, but some has changed.
Our trip to New York yielded many photos of buildings, people, and public art.
Photos from last week’s trip to Chicago.
We crossed the footbridge by bike over the churning, roaring dam and found a dragonfly sculpture.