Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Art on Our Street!


I photograph street art fairly frequently, but it's not often I find it on our street. Yesterday, though, on the way to Hyde Park with Olga, I discovered that someone converted a streetside tree stump into a chair.

Olga was intrigued.


But not intrigued enough to delay her trip to the park, where she had a great time chasing her Kong toy, rolling in the grass and enjoying the view of Kensington Palace.


Then, on the way home, we found more art -- a painting on canvas that had been rolled up, folded in half and put out with someone's trash. Curious to see what it looked like, I brought it home and unrolled it. Wouldn't you have done the same?

I kind of like it, but I'm not sure we'll keep it. How much would it cost to re-stretch the canvas and put it back on a frame? Probably more than I'd care to invest.

Oh, and Dave hates it. There is that.

9 comments:

ain't for city gals said...

Olga is like wth? ha!

Ms. Moon said...

Haha! Well, I don't understand art but those are nice colors. How's that for an in-depth critique?

Lynne said...

Love the tree stump chair. I wonder if anyone uses it?

Actually, I kind of like your found piece of canvas but I am not an art critic.

ellen abbott said...

love the tree stump chair. not too fond of the canvas.

The Bug said...

I like everything - the stump, Olga all splayed on the grass AND the canvas :)

e said...

You could put in at the school or donate it somewhere... and I love the tree stump chair, too. As for Olga, she is the Queen of the outdoors, isn't she?

Vivian said...

i love the tree stump chair! i love Olga all stretched out, she is doll!!
the canvas has nice colors...it would make a nice rug :0)

Reya Mellicker said...

The chair is so cool - great pic too.

And Olga on the grass. She is magnificent!

Angella said...

You and Olga are such kindred spirits. She is so happy and curious in her life with you. She has such a grand personality!