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July 11, 2011


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Fascinating - I love the way you look at all sorts of things and show them to us.

Deborah Robson

I'm glad you enjoy my randomness, Freyalyn! Sometimes I wonder about my variety of topics, but "wonder" is part of what this blog is about--!

Diana Troldahl

I love that idea!
How fun to be able to watch how the artwork develops week by week.

Deb Robson

I just hope that the funding is adequate for the amount of work!

I like that he has, from what I can tell on his website and the public art materials, at least these two aspects to his artwork: the landscape/floral work appears to be quite fluid, while what hes done for the transformer boxes is very graphic and intricate.

The bike rides are great anyway, but seeing the incremental progress of the artwork has added a layer of interest to a stretch that I normally think of as there are enough trees here to keep me from getting completely drenched if it starts pouring.


I've envied the beautiful boxes in Fort Collins--what a treat that you've found the artist, and can let us follow the progress of yet another creation, if only virtually. Thank you!

Deb Robson

Ill see if I can update at intervals through the summer, Kris.

L.M. Cunningham

Ah, there was just a public art call by the City of Calgary to paint up utility boxes like this too! The money's not bad for what the job is either.

(If anyone's interested, the posting is at http://www.calgary.ca/docgallery/bu/recreation/public_art/Painted-Utility-Box-Project-2011.pdf)

Too bad I can't paint much more than a fence or apply polyurethane to my unfinished spinning wheel, or I'd apply.... :-)


Thanks for the compliments and making the time to write about my art work.


Thought you might enjoy this blog post and the links therein:

But you probably already know about:

Painters Port Lincoln

Design of the picture is really looks amazing. These type of box are really good to be look in public. About one week ago I have been taken a good picture of pots from the market. I use to be hang on my bedroom.

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