Monday, April 14, 2014

It Might Be Art

Arts in the Park
Guntersville, Alabama


Chainsaw Sculpture

Quilts for Champions

Airborne Children

Regal Pottery

Frank T. Gee was there and his art was spectacular but expensive.
He was born in Guangdong and moved to Nashville at age 5 when his 
parents were escaping Communist persecution in the 1950's.
I told him his art was great but that I couldn't afford him.
He said he can't afford himself!

Yes. I do have Prince Albert in a can. He is not a toy.

The art of taxidermy.

I couldn't resist these!

The owl was showing progress but whooo was that guy with the chainsaw?

What UAB fan wouldn't want one of these?

The finished product.

Out from hibernation.

We thought this one looked like Kiva's dog, Marv.

So we asked Kiva.

They could be brothers!

Scooter the Wonder Dog was there.

We also fell under the protection of angels.
The war is on you know.
Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good.

I had a nice time talking with Lynne Scott.

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