Post a picture of  a local artistic expression that you have seen as you have been exploring your world.

 

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  1. Spitfire3dC 4 years ago

    This was kind of cool. I think there is a bridge in France that has a similar idea where lovers attach padlocks as an expression of their commitment. This one was put up in an old district in Toronto that once housed a distillery and now all the factory buildings have been converted to restaurants, bars and crafty types of retail stores.

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    • mamajoy 4 years ago

      This is so neat! Is this your picture or one off of Google? Just curious.

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      • Spitfire3dC 4 years ago

        @mamjoy. That’s a personal pic on an outing with grandson. He’s got one of those no pedal bikes and is getting harder and harder to keep up with.

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  2. ladybarbara 4 years ago

    Here in Norwalk, CA, we have several bee sculptures at the Green Line Train Station. Where we can take a train to the LAX Airport, or to Redondo Beach. It also, connects with theBlue Line Train from Long Beach to The Red Line that goes into the heart of Los Angeles. All bus routes go to the train stations. I don’t understand why we have bees at the train station.

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  3. Gina 4 years ago

    This art display is called, Sonic Boom! Each flower has a solar panel on top and they change colors at night. They also have motion sensors, as you go by each flower you activate part of the muscial scale of do-rae-mi. I love running by these back and forth and make my own song.

    This is a fun art display which is also educational. There’s a myth that solar power won’t work in Seattle, but even on cloudy days, these flowers show that it solar energy works.

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  4. rainmaker 4 years ago

    This is a piece that has rested on the side of this building for I don’t know how long. The owner has semiretired and I have been waiting to see if I will be able to buy this from him. I would LOVE to have it in my backyard!

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  5. axl 4 years ago

    Seen in Brussels, Belgium.

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  6. BelleMadre 4 years ago

    Snapped this on a street in Toronto recently

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  7. Golden_Delicious 4 years ago

    The underside of a marquee at the Palace Theater here.

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    • Golden_Delicious 4 years ago

      Oops – Wrong photo. :) This should be it…..

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      • mamajoy 4 years ago

        I wish we still had old theaters here that had marquees and bright lights.

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  8. linabean 4 years ago

    Here’s a mural in my old town

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  9. Gina 4 years ago

    I like good graffiti. Some gang members tagged some of the trees in my park. I am totally pissed about that. Abandoned buildings, bridges, trains are OK; especially if it’s dang good art like this.

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