Prescott Downtown Series
Cee Neuner hosted a wonderful PPAC this week with the unique 1926 Astoria Column over the Columbia River in Astoria, Oregon. It makes me want to go to Oregon!!!
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Heading for Halloween
I’m concentrating on the Halloween Art I photographed as I walked along the Senator’s Highway in downtown Prescott. Most of the houses were built in the late 1800s and early 1900s, so they are a work of art in themselves. This was one of the more understated Halloween displays. Notice the faces on the trees.
If their expressions are any indication, some of the occupants of these homes must have some horrific stories to tell about the old west. You can see what a difficult death she leads in my LAPC #170 Street Art post yesterday – posted just under the wire! Check out Patti Moed’s theme last week – I loved it!
Today, it’s Ann-Christine’s turn to lead LAPC #171, Weird and Wonderful so please stop by her site next Saturday at noon to join the fun. I would say that all of these pictures work for that theme. Thanks Leya/Ann-Christine!
Other characters are just temperamental about their current situation. Mr. Moody got tired of his doll and pouted for a new toy.
My friend thought someone on Halloween night should put on Mr. Moody’s costume and shock onlookers as they walk by on Halloween night.
Obviously Mr. Moody didn’t want to play with Monkey either. Some chefs in the area wanted to cook up something to make him happy. So far, I don’t think they succeeded. This picture works for Becky B’s Squares in Review for the word UP. You’ll enjoy her gallery.
Mr. Gloom tries to scare away children and adults alike from eating their Halloween treats. It worked on me. I’ve been off sweets since I tore my meniscus on August 3rd, and I’ve lost 15 pounds – unheard of for me. So YAY, Mr. Gloom!
This picture also works for several of Becky’s former topics: lines, trees, time, and circles and squares. I hope you’ve been joining in with both of these wonderful challenges, as well as the many others that are out there. If you ever wonder what challenges you can join take a look at Cee’s list.
Now it’s your turn.
Do you have some public art to share with each other in the PPAC community? We’d love to have you join in. If you’ve already created something, feel free to link to Cee’s post this week. I’ll be back on Friday with PPAC #20.