“Tragedy, Memory And Honor”
(the curved look is because I took a panoramic shot of it)
A close-up of one of the panels of “Tragedy, Memory And Honor”. The artist was in New York City during the attack on the twin towers. He saved some of the ashes and debris, and used it in this mural.
“Early January On The Pearl Street Bridge”
One of our local bridges over the Grand River.
Can you feel the love?
The hand-crafted coffin that is actually a “Music Box”.
Both creepy and beautiful.
For some reason, this little guy made me think of the extra-terrestrial in the movie “E.T.”
“Divided We Fall”
Clever art using PVC pipe, paper towels and duct tape to depict Vladimir Putin.
One entire hallway of the convention center was filled with signs that homeless people had made. Some were very basic; some were creative.
“Stages Of Grief”
The artist used her gift for painting to deal with the death of her mother.
Sunshine coming through the skylight gave the picture an interesting look.
“Otto’s Good Stuff”
Am I losing my mind, or was this display in last year’s Artprize?!