Tag Archives: public art
Truth or Consequences,New Mexico, USA.
Another view of the public art in the desert. Artwork by Ricardo Breceda, Borrego Springs, California, USA.
Along Highway 86 between Tucson and Sells, Arizona, USA.
Ajo, Arizona, USA
Near Tsegi, Arizona, USA.
Public art by an unknown artist. Highway 89, north of Flagstaff, Arizona, USA.
I have lived in this town for more than 12 years and have admired this mural from the start. And yet, just today I noticed the placement of the camera on the hand. Made me smile. Here’s the whole mural. … Continue reading
Peter Lawrence Bowles is giving Truth or Consequences its newest mural. It’s a beauty!
Near Romeo, Colorado, USA.
A snake made from nails, obscurely located on a log. A lot of work not seen by most passers-by. And in more detail. Near Soda Dam, Jemez Springs, New Mexico, USA.
An entire wall in DeKalb, Illinois is taken up with a mural celebrating the city: corn, barbed wire, the old post office, and Annie Glidden. I liked the way the mural didn’t cover all the brick wall, but worked with … Continue reading
Somewhere in Nebraska there is a free-roaming herd of red cars.
Tiled car – Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. Joining in with Wordless Wednesday.