Thursday, March 15, 2018

Thursday's Street Art


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  1. Absolutely brilliant. I love them all, and would smile broadly if I was lucky enough to see any of them. All day.

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    1. Wouldn't that be something?
      I've been enjoying the murals you've been showing at your place.

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  2. All quite impressive, but I will go with the butterfly as my fave.

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    1. I can't imagine how the artist created that butterfly. Mind boggling.

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  3. I think they are all fantastic, but I was drawn to the eyeglasses, That was ingenious and really clever.

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    1. I agree, Elizabeth, definitely ingenious.

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  4. Wonderful street art to start the day.

    Yvonne.

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    1. Aren't those artists amazing?
      Hope your day is grand.

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    1. It sure is, Val.
      Hugs received and returned.

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  6. Wow! These are all impressive! Can you imagine if a giant butterfly landed on your finger for good luck? Too cool! Hugs...and Thankful Thursday to you Super Sandra! RO

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    1. That would make for some serious good luck or serious hallucinations. Grin.
      Hugs received and returned. Thankful Thursday: I like it!

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  7. Guess the cat is yanking our chain

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  8. The eyeglasses one is really original.

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  9. I love them all, but the butterfly is amazing!

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    1. That butterfly is amazing, CJ. How the artist managed to get that effect is beyond me.

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  10. How absolutely wonderful! Such talent on display for all to enjoy.

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    1. It is wonderful isn't it, Lee? Lots of talent.

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  11. Those glasses are brilliant!
    All are great fun!
    Wren x

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    1. They are aren't they, WW?
      Glad you enjoyed.

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  12. The cat walking o; the chain is amazing! I love all of these and you really have to know dimensions to be able to do this.

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    1. Isn't that the truth? Unfortunately, dimensions aren't my forte.

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  13. Love them all!!!
    But that butterfly is stunning!!!
    The eyeglasses...amazing idea with the street light!!!

    Hugs Sandra...have a gorgeous day 💮❤💮

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    1. They leave me in awe.
      Glad you enjoyed them, Jan, and thanks for the well wishes.
      Hugs received and returned.

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  14. Wow . . . that art is so incredible to the point that it's absolutely mind-boggling!

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    1. For me too, Lon. I just can't imagine doing one of those 3-D pieces.

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    2. Sandra, those paintings really are awesome!

      I'd like to invite you to follow my blog if you'd like.

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  15. Like the cat real well, but an an outstanding Monarch

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    1. I like the cat too, Steve, and I agree, the Monarch is outstanding.

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  16. I am continually amazed at the dimension these artists get in their paintings! It's hard enough to paint in general -- much less give it the 3-d look!

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    1. I agree, Jeanie. There's just no way I could pull that off.

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  17. Hi Sandra - they are amazing ... lovely to see - cheer Hilary

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    1. Glad you enjoyed them, Hilary.
      Cheers,

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    1. Wonderful is a good word for it, Christine.

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  19. franky, cap'n, faux paw, N belle.....can ya guess which iz R fave !!!!! ☺☺♥♥♣♣♣

    { trying to figure out if number one is on snow !! ?? } ☺☺

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  20. They figured it out. Or think they did:)
    I was wondering about the snow too. Glad it wasn't just me thinking that.

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  21. Aren't they all brilliant.
    Some very talented artists.

    All the best Jan

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  22. Amazing!!! Truly amazing!!! I would love to see these in person!!! Big Hugs Sandra!

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