Okay, so this one is super slanted since the author hasn’t updated in absolutely forever. But I can’t help but love it since it’s my husband’s site, and I have an inside scoop into posts that might be showing up eventually 😉
This one has some color. So far there has been only one of this kind. It sold very fast. I probably should make more! It is painted sheet metal and wire.
via Colored Circles on Wavy Base Mobile —
* For the month of November (the month of Thanksgiving in the United States), I’m sharing writing from some of the blogs I’m thankful for. If you want thankful posts from my own personal day-to-day stuff, check out my Inspired By and Thankful For blog.
Day 15/30 – Today I’m thankful for whimsical art. I’ve seen this piece entertain many generations for decades now, and it hasn’t lost any of its charm.
A while ago I wrote about this on my other site, and that has a longer video clip, but this video is the refurbished machine with the top that works 🙂 The machine is in the Salmon Run Mall in Watertown, NY if you ever want to see it. And the artist is George Rhoads. Check out his website if you want to see more of his magnificent creations.
- For November (the month in which we celebrate Thanksgiving in the US), I’m trying to blog about something for which I’m thankful for each day of the month.
The Salmon Run mall in Watertown, NY is deceptive. It looks like an average mall, but inside it holds one of the coolest pieces of artwork I have ever seen. It rings, clacks, taps and makes other wonderful whimsical sounds. I finally recorded it (and in the video below you can see info on the artist). Continue reading “Kinetic Art in Watertown, NY”