Friday, February 26, 2010

Wall Of Sunny Faces

SONY DSCAnother scene from a Florida Flea Market. This wall was filled with smiling suns (and in some cases moons), artwork for sale.

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  1. Like these sunny faces for monochrome. Though it has only one color but it signifies color to life as it means brightness. Nice monochrome you have.

  2. That header is really priceless.

  3. Something for every mood :-)

  4. couldnt help smiling when faced with all the smiles on this pic :)

  5. Oooh those are nice! Want to have one of that!


  6. I've always loved those sunny faces and wanted to get one! That picture is great and it really made me smile!

  7. Love those sunny faces
    I have one in my garden
    but I want more :-)
    (And I want the real sun .... LOL)

    Have a wonderful weekend
    Kareltje =^.^=
    Anya :-)

  8. Those are fun sunny faces.

  9. So... Smile at us, sunshine! What a nice collection!

  10. A variety of smiling suns to choose from: which will brighten my space most?
    Love the header!

  11. They're jovial suns, aren't they? Their smiles made me smile. :)

  12. That would be funny to have on your wall. Then you always have sunshine in your home!

  13. What a fabulous collection, the b&w really highlights the details. ~ Calico Contemplations

  14. Nice shot - now, if the real sun would make an appearance in the northern climes that would be nice.

  15. That's an interesting wall. Thanks for your visit! You asked about my banner. Well here's the answer:
    "In Cooktown there is a great example of Aboriginal art. It's called the Milbi Wall. This is created by the inhabitants of Cooktown and the Aboriginal compound of Hopevale, under the direction of the Hopevale artist Roy McIvor, who is an uncle of my daughter's ex- husband.Milbi is the Guugu Yimithirr (local Aboriginal language) word for story. The wall is meant to be part of the reconciliation project and a memorial to show history from an Aboriginal point of view.

    The wall concists of three parts. The first part tells about the Dreamtime, the second part about the first contact with Europeans and later Asians, these contacts were disastrous for the Aborigines, then the third part shows us the present time which hopefully promises reconciliation of differences.The stories are told in beautiful ceramic tiles.The Wall is built right at the spot where, in 1770, Captain James Cook and his crew first set foot.

    On top of the wall lies the Rainbow Serpent, one of the creator spirits of the indigenous people of Australia."
    So the banner represents a wall. I personally know the man who conducted the creation of this wall.




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