Art isn't always in a frame or on a pedestal. Sometimes it's only recently become art by outliving it's usefulness. A good example is the 1920's typewriter that was replaced by a better one in 1930, yet no one has had the heart to throw it away yet because it just looks so cool.
- Art may be big, may be small, but it's in everything around us. Every junkyard, every factory, every stairwell, alley, empty corrider, barren field, cluttered table, empty parking lot, all have art in them. Sometimes an object becomes art just because you have just lain eyes upon it, the sun or shadows may be hitting it just right, and at that instant it's new beauty is alive, and it becomes art, sometimes only fleetingly, but it's still art. Enjoy
© Mark L Kidd Imagery