Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Visitor

A squirrel who stopped by to look over the merchandise.

15 comments:

California Girl said...

Very cute, that little squirrel. Have you ever visited Idyllwild in Southern California? It's an artist's colony north of Hemet. They used to have (and probably stil do) a wonderful totem pole sculpture garden full of wildly colorful totems by different artists. It was breathtaking & the totems were whimsical. I think you would like it.

ArtSparker said...

Thank for the recommendation, California girl. It sounds like fun. I hear there is a park in Escondido with many Niki de Saint Phalle sculputres which is also on my list.

herhimnbryn said...

Love this! Also your mosaics. Have just bought a terracotta sphere and think I will turn it into a 'green man' for my garden.

grrl+dog said...

yes, but did she bring her wallet?

ArtSparker said...

grrl - I wish.

Eva said...

Yes we love these customers who look and keep us busy, but never buy a thing.

ArtSparker said...

Eva - I do appreciate your point of view.

Wie sagt Mann "dry wit" auf Deutsch?

flawsnall said...

mosaics: stunning work!

mouse (aka kimy) said...

gorgeous mosaics and what a sweet little customer! even if he was just checking out the merchandise.... maybe he was looking for a mosaic storage unit for his stash of nuts....

bindu said...

Lovely mosaics. There's a squirrel who can appreciate art!

J.G. said...

He must think he's in Fantasyland. Lucky for him! (her?)

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Tammie Lee said...

Your art in the garden is so lively and wonderful, of course that little guy is going to be curious, he'll most likely move in!

Squirrel said...

my cousin Louella. (nearly tame) looking for a handout.

Robyn said...

I would love to know what that squirrel is thinking. He obviously knows what he likes. Great mosaics!