Autumn Artistry

Continuing with yesterday’s celebration of Autumn’s arrival, here is a wee glimpse of the awesome autumn artistry that’s “out there” being created and carved. Enjoy!

Note: Many photos have been removed due to copyright concerns.

This Rutabega Race Car was carved by my artist friend Peter. Click on the picture to see this amazing piece of work better! it took Peter seven hours to create, and has a squash chassis, rutabaga machined wheels, yellow bean exhaust pipes with red onion skin flames coming out of them, radish wheel washers, carrot hexagon lug nuts, a carrot head driver with a tomato helmet, onion windshield, zucchini bumper and engine parts, and a cucumber nose cone and wheel spokes. (To see Peter’s stained glass art gallery, visit here)

My friend Peter carved these Hallowe’en pumpkins! Click on the picture to see the amazing intricate workmanship up close! (And you can see Peter’s stained glass sculptures here)

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About Sharon

I love to write. I love to write myself into being right here right now. Writing releases something in me that needs wings, writing opens doors and windows that I often don't even realize are possible, writing helps me breathe out the dusty old, and to breathe in the new and possible. My hope is that maybe writing here in this blog will bring new light into these dusty old hallways and help me to clear out the thinking processes and mindsets that just don't work for me anymore. I seek to breathe new light and life into the nooks and crannies of a soul that has been feeling somewhat lost and frayed because of the last few patches of road I've had to travel.
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2 Responses to Autumn Artistry

  1. These are fantastic, Sharon! What talent these people have!!

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    • Sharon says:

      Isn’t it fun to browse through and find these treasures, Ruth?! I’m always awed by people’s imagination and ability to create such intricate art out of nothing. I used to love watching my friend Peter pick an ordinary piece of wood up off the ground and whittle/carve it into amazing sculptures.

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