Scrap metal art is another way to reuse materials creatively. I very much like steampunk art. I saw this giant werewolf at Ripley’s Believe It Or Not in Branson, MO. Unfortunately, I don’t have the name of the artist. Another large metal sculpture had a sign that said it was made in Kenya.
My son making us laugh while waiting for a table at The Bubble Room in Sanibel Florida.
I love art made from recycled materials. Erika Simmons makes portraits of famous people from old audio cassette tapes and video cassette tapes. She calls her project “Ghosts in the Machine.” I saw this picture of singer Lauryn Hill at the Ripley’s Believe It or Not museum in Branson, MO. Erika has a website which… Read more »
I saw this turquoise colored mushroom on a dead oak leaf in early spring. I looked it up and it is called the green elfcup (scientific name chlorociboria aeruginascens). Normally, it is found on dead trees and sticks. Don’t eat it. Very poisonous. Despite the scientific name the blue-green coloring does not come from chlorophyll… Read more »
We recently had bad weather with and I remembered that I had taken this video of large chunks of hail falling into a swimming pool last summer, making the water dance.
I have a story titled “The Haunted Remote” about my grandparents and my great uncle in this book. Chicken Soup for the Soul has a whole line of books on different subjects (personally, I’m a fan of their books about animals). The stories are short short, uplifting, and appropriate for middle grade readers (I have… Read more »