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Thursday, July 31, 2008

Sunflower


I saw this interesting piece of art hanging in an outdoor gallery along a floating sidewalk in Genoa Bay - a small community on Vancouver Island. The artist had many more pieces there but I liked this one best. Made from old saw blades, the title is Tournesol - Sunflower in French. I like the rustiness of the blades against the rock background. This would be a great idea for some outside art.
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8 comments:

  1. Welcome to CPA, Lorrie!I'm also a Northwesterner, the countryside outside of Seattle.I enjoyed your blog and can relate to you on many levels. God bless!

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  2. Hi Lorrie,

    What an interesting piece of art! Love it.

    Your daughter will have to have a little French fun for us.

    hugs,
    Barb

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  3. Hi Lorrie...

    Very interesting piece of art.

    Love the picture of you with your beautiful daughters. It is so nice to have memories in pictures.

    I wish you much success in your new journey. It will have its' challenges, but you will be gratified with the end result.

    Don't stop doing what you love!
    Have a great long weekend.
    Hugs, Nancy

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  4. Yes, very interesting. To take something solid, rusty, hard and cold ...and have it represent a flower which has opposite qualities :)

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  5. Hi Lorrie , I really like that piece of art . Some people are so creative .
    Thank you for stopping by this morning . Please come back soon .

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  6. How unusual.
    Your study sounds interesting. Pity you did not live nearer as I have a number of books on English villages.

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  7. Hi Lorrie,

    Children are great, you are right.
    Many blessing and many challenges-lol.

    hugs,
    Barb

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