Photographing Public Art Challenge (PPAC) #10

There are only a few Italian restaurants in Annapolis, but I can’t for the life of me remember which one has this mural.
This mural can be found on the side of Pink’s Liquor Store on West Street & N. Linden Ave.

PPAC #8: August 6, 2021

This thing (for lack of a better word) was apparently part of a civic art project. There are a few of them around Annapolis. People were given blank birds to do whatever they wished to do with them. There was a similar event in Los Angeles around the turn of this past Century. Blank, faceless metal angles were distributed among “recognized” artists. Almost without exception, they were hideous to the point of hilarity? Kitsch? Just plain ugly? You decide. How do you think this compares with the obvious object of its parody?

PPAC #2

Angel of the Resurrection, 1952, Walker Hancock

This World War II memorial can be found at Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station. It is my contribution to the new Photographing Public Art Challenge hosted by Cee Neuner and Marsha Ingrao.

Photographing Public Art Challenge (PPAC) June 20, 2021

Spirit of Transportation, Karl Bitter, 1895. 30th Street Station, Philadelphia

Photographing Public Art Challenge