Discussion in 'Discussion Group' started by Hught, Aug 5, 2011.
This is when you click thumbnail and delete the big image.
Thank you. I always saved the picture to my computer and then linked it. I guess thats why I always double post pictures.
I like your boys tree but without the paint. I went and seen it.
Thanks, but there was no paint, he just used a brine solution to rust coat it quickly. If there was paint someone else must have done it after it was installed outside back in July.
I had to resize it a couple of times but this is what it looked like at the dedication.
my fault .looked brown to me. I like metal color
They wanted an aged look to go with the initial exhibition hence the name of the piece, "Rusted Roots". It was planned as a permanent exhibit and they knew the metal would rust unless it was maintained with new coats of polyurethane or some other sealant and that it was likely to still be mottled over time so the immediate rust treatment was applied.
If George was still with us, I think he would have found this pretty funny. He had a wonderful sense of humor.
17 feet, 132 pounds. Killed in the everglades.
Big snake. That person on the left is tiny.
I still wouldn't want to holdit
The snake or the tiny guy?
Christmas at the Proctologist’s Office
too much time on their hands
I thought they were gloves!
I hope it was a waste of UNUSED gloves and not a recycle of USED gloves ....
Gotta hand it to them, it's an udderly fantastic Christmas tree.
Separate names with a comma.