Tag archive for Artists – B

Larry Baggett’s tribute to the Trail of Tears

Trail of Tears Memorial – Larry Baggett 21250 State Rt D Newburg, MO Concrete environment, Route 66 art Larry Baggett lived between Newburg and Jerome, just off I-44, along an old stretch of Route 66. “My doctor gave me three years to live, 20 years…

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Savant, list-maker, accordion-player, artist extraordinaire – Gregory Blackstock

Gregory L. Blackstock 1946 — Seattle (Green Lake), WA Drawings (pencil, pen, marker, etc.) “Oh yeah, relieved, I’m famous.” – Seattle Times, 6 October 2006. Seattle artist Gregory Blackstock catalogues a wide range of subjects on varying sizes of paper. Using ink, pencil, marker, and…

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Harold Bradley's "Tinkerings"

Harold Bradley’s “Tinkerings” Unknown West Fork, AR Sculptures, private property – visible from the street Harold is one of those guys who apparently can’t sit still. There’s no single big centerpiece at his place, just a couple dozen projects of one kind or another sprinkled…

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Magical mosaic in the New Jersey woodlands — Luna Parc

Luna Parc – Ricky “King Ricky” Boscarino Artist dates unknown Montague, NJ Mosiac environment Built: 1989 – current Private property Since 1989, when Ricky Boscarino stumbled upon the cabin in the woods and began transforming it into Luna Parc, it has been a massive work…

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Fantastic mechanical art in an old ice cream shop – Paul Boyer's Gallery

Boyer Museum – Paul Boyer 1930 — Belleville, KS Mechanical sculptures Mechanical sculptor Paul Boyer was born in 1930, in Aurora, Kansas. He has no formal training in art or engineering, in fact he only has a 4th grade education, although he claims an 8th…

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