PPAC # 58

Marsha Ingrao from Always Write blog has an interesting challenge.

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

More murals in Bristol.

Photo taken by Phillipp

Topic Suggestions

  • Seasonal Displays
  • Graffiti
  • Statues and Sculptures
  • Collections
  • Store Windows
  • Car Shows
  • Artistic Construction (benches, buildings, bridges)
  • Wall Art (not just murals)

15 thoughts on “PPAC # 58

  1. I can see why Sarah found the last one disquieting. Is the fencer on the right missing a head? That would make it difficult to continue. Or maybe he is an alien with a different type of head. I think I’d need a closer look at that one. The first one is self-explanatory and requires much less thinking to enjoy it. Street art has such amazing variety. Thanks for sharing these photos, Aletta. Very enjoyable. ๐Ÿ™‚

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      1. I agree with you, Aletta. I had my students draw a huge map of California on the floor. Each of them got a corner which they traced from a map. Then they each took a 3 foot by 3 foot square and reproduced that shape. When all the squares fit together, the map was complete and looked perfect. They might do something like that. Who knows? It is a work of art – for sure. ๐Ÿ™‚

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      2. It’s hard to know. I watched some spray paint artist working and wrote a post about it. They just sprayed – no preplanning. I’ve also seen artists that sketch out the drawing, and then a multitude of others help them paint it. That’s how our murals at the Prescott Library were done.

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