Striding By Art

This large wall art appears to be a serpent, or something snake-like, with exposed skeleton in parts, organs and scales in others. I don’t see the head anywhere, but it could have been further down the wall. I had just a moment to catch the picture before the signal changed and my son accelerated. The guy in the photo walked past at such a brisk pace that I assume he walks there often. If it were me on the sidewalk, I’d be standing and staring, trying to identify the subject! This wall art is located off Glendale Blvd in the Echo Park district of Los Angeles, an area bubbling over with adorned walls, signs, benches, and most anything else paint sticks to! ~SueBee (photo by SueBee)Striding By Art

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6 Comments on “Striding By Art”

  1. Mar 22, 2014 at 12:07 pm #

    I like the dilemma you demonstrate here: capturing wall/mural art in settings that are thrown into an involuntary collage of telephone and electric wires, road signs and cars.
    This shot inspires me to find and post my own photos of this nature set aside for “sometime” . . . like now! Thanks! Keep posting!

  2. Feb 26, 2014 at 8:00 am #

    That’s one huge wall art 🙂 Nicely captured…

  3. Feb 26, 2014 at 7:35 am #

    My! I would have to be getting up/down the ladder so many times to make sure I was not going askew somehow…my legs would be killing me!

    • Feb 26, 2014 at 9:28 am #

      Honestly! I don’t know how artists do that. ~SueBee

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