YouTube – Potter Art Metal Studios-Custom wrought iron & gas lanterns.
~ by Chatty Renee on February 26, 2009.
Posted in art in so many languages, interior design Tags: artists, custom wrought iron, design, potter art metal, wrought iron
This is absolutely fabulous, This is the kind of blog that I love to see and the music is great! I was raised on country music and have been to the Grande Ole Opry back in the day before they turned it into a museum with the Porter Wagner Show and have seen them all Conway, Loretta, Mr Pride, The Man in Black, George and Tammy, and many more.. I love all music except rap lol Art and music go hand in hand with each note representing a color, thats why artists listen to different styles and kinds of music depending on what their work consist of, Its a very interesting theory and could be something more to ad to your blog here
Very nice Renee!
Arthur said this on February 26, 2009 at 11:38 pm | Reply
I am going to let my brother
see this Renee, that is an incredible scale to work on. Fascinating…thanks.
Cait Whitson said this on February 27, 2009 at 9:08 am | Reply
I remembered Jim when I saw this and was going to contact you later today. Thanks for the link and I highlighted it so that it will be click able for others to see.
artistryinfaux said this on February 27, 2009 at 10:26 am | Reply
You are so right…I would love to find a program that would draw on its on to sound. I have thought about that many times.
I love every kind of music. Got my first taste of (real) Zydeco this past weekend and love, love it.
Thank you for the compliment on the blog. Like I have said before I started it to be more about my work, but I like so many different things. So, I just follow where I am lead for the day. God knows best!
You have just given me an idea to research on for the blog. I think that would be a great concept between music and art because they do seem to fall hand in hand.
artistryinfaux said this on February 27, 2009 at 10:34 am | Reply
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