I know that I’m late, but circumstances beyond my control have caused me to divert my efforts to other areas. Please accept this post as my contribution to the Photographing Public Art Challenge. Best wishes, Russell
Here are another one of those ugly birds that the city gave to local artists to paint. It’s another example of what I call “committee art.” When more than a couple of people collaborate to create art, the results are never good. If a symphony orchestra took votes on how to play each piece of music, the results would be catastrophic. If a classroom had more than one or two instructors, how could the students learn anything? I’ve been in classes where the teacher abdicates responsibility. Can you imagine taking votes from the students on whether or not to take an exam?
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Oh what a cool find for this week. 😀 😀
Thanks, Cee! If you’d like to drop me a line on Facebook, I’d be very happy to hear from you. We’ve got a lot going on at my end. I feel obliged to catch you up. Best wishes, Russell
When I lived in Dothan Alabama they had peanut statues that businesses decorated to celebrate the peanut harvest I guess. I don’t know, but they were equally ridiculous.
OMG!!! I can’t even imagine. If you have any examples, I’d love to see them…if only for a good larf.
I don’t personally but if you Google “Dothan AL peanut statues” you’ll see some.