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Photos of Flowerman's house after Ike

Photos of Flowerman's house after Ike

Good friend “Narrow” Larry Harris rode out Hurricane Ike in his downtown Houston home.  He has just posted photos to his web site of some of the damage. Here are a few: Cleveland “The Flowerman” Turner’s home, after Ike.  His house is OK, but the…

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Ike, the Orange Show, the Beer Can House and the Flowerman

Ike, the Orange Show, the Beer Can House and the Flowerman

(Orange Show, Houston, TX, before Ike. Testosterone Enanthate cycle for sale: foods high in Test E �Photo courtesy of Narrow Larry Harris) Hi everyone…just heard from Larry Harris and the folks at the Orange Show in Houston, and thought you might want an update… The…

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Hubert Walters 1931-2008

Hubert Walters 1931-2008

Above: Hubert Walters in his garage, below one of his pieces of art “Emancipated Slaves” I just got an email from Kevin Gordon in Nashville sharing with me the sad news that we lost another great self-taught artist, Hubert Walters.  He died last week from…

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Brief word from Houston…

Brief word from Houston…

Just wanted to let you know that our friend, “Narrow Larry” Harris, of the Orange Show Eyeopener tours, and folk art environment aficionado is A-OK in Houston.  He rode out Hurricane Ike from his home in downtown Houston. As of last time we talked, he said it…

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Finally, a little good news from Chauvin!

Finally, a little good news from Chauvin!

(Detail from April,2005) From Teri Yoho at the Kohler Foundation: Good news from Chauvin, Louisiana. The site sustained only very minimal damage. It is a testament to Kenny Hill’s ability that the Chauvin Sculpture Garden has survived four hurricanes, including Katrina, Rita, and a direct…

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Gorgeous photos of mechanical artist Tom Haney at work.

Gorgeous photos of mechanical artist Tom Haney at work.

(From Tom Haney) My friend and great photographer, Greg Campbell did a photo essay about me, my new work, and my studio. See it here—http://www.gcphoto.com  click on Stories  Gregory Campbell Photography  1266 W Paces Ferry Rd. #150  Atlanta, GA 30327  (404) 641-3637

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Danny "Bucket Man" Hoskinson, 52, passes – July 7, 2008

Danny "Bucket Man" Hoskinson, 52, passes – July 7, 2008

The Bucket Man had vision Article Author: Ed Ditto Danny Hoskinson’s art might have been blurry, but his vision wasanything but. I didn’t meet Hoskinson—”The Bucket Man”—until the night of Friday,July 11th, a few days after he’d passed on. My phone rang and myfriend Kevin…

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Alabama artist's work turns him into star at age 112

Alabama artist's work turns him into star at age 112

(excerpt from the Chicago Sun Times) Story HighlightsFrank Calloway, 112, paints murals at a mental facility in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.  Calloway has been institutionalized since 1952 after a diagnosis of schizophrenia .  His work will be featured this fall at the American Visionary Art Museum in…

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Endangered art in Huntsville, AL

Endangered art in Huntsville, AL

(larry harris points this out from the blog of Deep Fried Kudzu)  Endangered Art Wade Wharton lives in Huntsville. He has an amazing art environment. And the city wants to get rid of it. He lives at 3100 Nassau Drive in Huntsville and is just tickled…

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Great photos from the Orange Show Art Car Parade

Great photos from the Orange Show Art Car Parade

DSC07814, originally uploaded by narrowlarry. Good friend, Larry Harris has posted some terrific shots from the Art Car Parade in Houston, TX. Check them out – I swear it is a weekend like no other!  Be sure to see his other photos as well on…

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