Thursday, January 29, 2009

iemke chunk

A wonderful chunk from Iemke Van Dijk. If there is
something you must do, it's to check out IS Projects.

Saturday, January 24, 2009

Snowy Beck Chunks

From Kate Beck...
Dinghy/ bait barrel/ pulled docks in snow field.
Morse Shore, Harpswell, Maine.

Sunday, January 18, 2009

Sisley-Blinn Chunks

"Attached are 2 images that came from stuff I scanned.
It is winter in Missouri with not much to inspire outside
the studio, so I started throwing stuff on the scanner..."

Friday, January 16, 2009

green ball

Grimes Chunks

From architect Kirby Grimes...
parking pavement/parking/ps/like farrels' rust & rivets

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Barlow Chunks

Color, saturated as well as understated, in a series:

The first image [Chunk9] is from nature, untouched by human interaction (The desert outside Alice Springs, Australia)

The second image [Chunk8] is from the interrelationship between the manmade and natural processes(Water condensation on my window in Brookline Massachusetts)

The third image [Chunk1] is from a manmade wall worn away by the touch of human hands and bodies (Palazzo Vecchio, Florence)

Sunday, January 11, 2009

ISBP: Installment No. 11

Fellow blogger Pam Farrell is doing a nice project on artists and their studios. I'm the latest feature. Kirby Grimes, Ken Weathersby, Mary Klein, Steven Alexander and many more are also featured. She's still welcoming submissions.

Here's her site: P Farrell Artblog

Friday, January 09, 2009

Witmer Chunk

The Ultimate Phillies Fan, Doug Witmer, sent me this one.
I've long been a fan of step stools. I especially like ones
for doggies.

Tuesday, January 06, 2009

Cortland Jones Chunk

From the indomitable J.C.J....
" is a chunk...I found this on Rt. 42 in South West Ohio."

Friday, January 02, 2009

Farrell Chunks

From Pam Farrell...
"...pond scum…out back of the Clinton NJ Elks Lodge (aka The Coop)…I threw a rock to get the dark area. It closed up surprisingly quickly. A very funky iron overpass in Old City Philly. I love the rivets and the rust and the orange manhole—er, personhole cover somewhere in midtown Manhattan …couldn’t miss this baby!"
Here's her great blog.