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Wednesday, July 4, 2018
The Work of J.B. Blunk
The Oakland Museum has an exhibit of J.B. Blunk. Blunk was a mid 20th century artist whose had a deep connection to nature that governed his daily life. He was inspired by Japanese philosophies of nature. He was a Northern California artist who lived and worked in Marin County:
Blunk's work is amazing and to me is one of the best Northern California artists who used the material around him to create his art. I am glad that I got to see this exhibit.
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Wow! Blunk has left with us some amazing pieces of his work. Thanks for linking up with us and sharing these—each of them is unique.ReplyDelete
Here's my #WordlessWEdnesday post from this week.
Wow, these are way too unique. Thank you so much for linking up with us on #WordlessWednesday and sharing these extraordinary pieces of art.ReplyDelete
...wonderful organic designs. This style speaks to me. Thanks for sharing this week, please stop again.😀ReplyDelete
I love pieces made out of wood! #AnythingGoesReplyDelete
Gosh, those are really beautiful and very quirky. Thank you for sharingReplyDelete
Interesting statues you have here. Interesting works of artReplyDelete
Such beautifully unique pieces! Thanks for sharing with us at The Blogger's Pit Stop! Roseann from This Autoimmune LifeReplyDelete
Some interesting pieces here and the materials are beautiful #blogcrushReplyDelete
Beautiful and they look extremely tactile - thanks for sharing with #PoCoLoReplyDelete