because art is a daily practice
Agh, wow and oow ! such amazing photos. Love them all.
Holy Wow! I want to jump right into each photo!
I've seen the gum wall near the fish market in Seattle. Great photo of it!
Oh, love the pic of layered posters and gum never looked so good, what colour :)Thanks for sharing pics.
nice shots! thanks for taking on your break...but i have to admit, i kinda love/hate the chewed gum wall and always wonder if i could touch it..
thanks for taking us on your break! geesh...oo and does the gum wall smell??
I kept hearing myself emote huge wows at each piece, each one better than the one before it, or each wonderful in it's own way. The paper in the middle really curled my toes; the gum is beautiful in the weirdest of ways! The top piece simply beautiful art! I thank your eye for catching these and sharing.
I'm really enjoying these visuals from around your city.
I have always loved walls with layers of posters. The gum wall is just amazing. creepy and lovely both.
Great textures. Is the gum wall finished or are folks encouraged to keep adding to it? Hope you are having a great time. We are back to school tomorrow. :/ Best wishes, Tammy
Do you think that lots of cities have gum walls? San Luis Obispo has one of its own too. I wonder what the germ factor on a wall like that is? The beauty factor is sure high. Isn't it great to find textures in the most unusual places?
Gum wall!A gum wall!
I suspect Amy may next encourage her kids to chew gum and stick it to a wall in their house. I betcha.The gum is "ew", but fascinating. The peeled paper makes me swoon.The Aboriginal art is wonderful (so easily recognizable- it's iconic in my mind)Great photos! I'm so glad your sharing your trip with us!
Blah!! The gum wall is so gross! If it weren't gum it would be cool texture but.... I can't even look at it anymore. Love the poster wall texture!
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