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Monday, June 9, 2014

Blue Monday--Art Around Town

Welcome to Blue Monday.  My hangout with Sally who is
always Smiling!
Today I am sharing some local art that I see when I visit my mother.

 Each time we visit we get to see The Duke as we stop at this
Red Light . . .
 I never remember to take my camera.  I got this off the towns website.  Not sure exactly where this one is. . .
 We pass Clint Eastwood . . .
 Another website capture . . .
Anyone know who this is? 

All these images found in North Richland Hills, Texas.  I think it's
cool that they paint these big 'ole ugly things on the side of the road. 
And their Blue.  You can see more Blue over at Sally's. Click Here
to visit.

                                         Happy Trails
                                         
And a little more Blue
Have a good day
 
Sherry

11 comments:

SmilingSally said...

Hi Sherry,

I love Texas! (I lived there for a while.) Isn’t it fun finding blues to share? Thanks for playing today.

Happy Blue Monday!

Black Jack's Carol said...

Hi Sherry!
I think those "big 'ole ugly things" are cool too. Funny how we see things, and then one day, we find time to delve into why they're there and what they're about. I don't know who your mystery person is but i really enjoyed your post.

LV said...

Well,small world. I see these often as I live in Fort Worth. I am all around town most days. It certainty makes those old boxes look nicer.

Denise said...

Nice blues.

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Love your art pictures! So many neat shots.

TexWisGirl said...

yul brynner in the magnificent seven!

love the westerns. :)

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Sherry,
I do know about Sally and her Blue Monday.
I think maybe the other guy is The Rifleman from TV????

Thanks so much for your visits. Vacation is over and I am back to work!! UGH!!

Hugs,
Deb

Terri @ Backward B Ranch said...

I'd surely rather see these paintings than the big ole ugly boxes!

Anonymous said...

These are great! The city of North Little Rock, here in Arkansas invited artists to paint utility boxes, too! It adds such charm! ~Amber

Ida said...

Oh now those are cool and unique. What a great idea. The "mystery" man is Yul Brenner.

Annesphamily said...

Yul Brenner! Love the share today. Very good images. I am also new following you. Hope your Monday was perfect in blue! Enjoy the weekend, it is coming up quickly.