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The Iron Bear

I saw so much artwork on my roadtrip.  Not only did we look at murals, roadside folk art and public art, but we were also lucky enough to talk with a sculptor, Tom Bant, and admire his work.  Tom is a sculptor.  He … Continue reading

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Giant Olives and Mock Graves

One of my favorite parts of a road trip anywhere is spotting unique artwork along the way.  People creating, decorating, expressing themselves at home, in a multitude of ways. Here is a sampling of “road art” that we found along the way on a … Continue reading

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California Travels

California is truly a beautiful state, even along the freeway.   We recently travelled the length of it, heading south to visit my mother near San Diego.  It was a road trip of sorts–we piled the dogs and our suitcases into … Continue reading

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Roadside Art

Way out in the middle of nowhere, along freeways and rural backroads, they pop up.  Sculptures, murals, art of all kinds, on display for all passing eyes.  I love this–these surprise “road art exhibits” are some of the best and most interesting parts of long car … Continue reading

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