PPAC: #16

Marsha Ingrao from Always Write blog and Cee Neuner are co-hosting challenge to bring together two very different aspects of seeing the world. Marsha loves to tell stories about her photos. and Cee loves to let her photos tell the story. They will take turns every other week exploring art in public places.

Henry – Guardian of the ocean. Lambertsbaai, West Coast South Africa. Made mostly out of driftwood. Photo taken by Ruzanne Janse van Rensburg

What PPAC is all about.

Public art is which encompasses any form of art you see in a public place, large or small, statues, murals, graffiti, gardens, Christmas lights, even buildings or bridges. The art should be visible from streets, sidewalks or outdoor public places.

  • Seasonal Displays
  • Graffiti
  • Statues and Sculptures
  • Collections
  • Store Windows
  • Murals
  • Transportation
  • Car Shows
  • Artistic Construction (Bridge, benches and buildings)
  • Wall Art

19 thoughts on “PPAC: #16

  1. I simply love driftwood art, the incredible creativity. 30 years ago there was a remarkable collection of driftwood art along the San Francisco Bay in the wetlands. Everyone would see these marvels as they drove from Berkeley to San Francisco.

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