When Does Art Become Vandalism?   7 comments


Romero Pools
Image by kenne

We read of art being vandalized, but what is it when we vandalize nature’s art in the name of art? I saw this alone the Romero Pools trail Friday. At first I thought it was “cute,” and why not,it’s a smiling face. But, the more I thought about it the more I began to think; How sad.

What do you think?

Posted February 17, 2013 by kenneturner in Information

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7 responses to “When Does Art Become Vandalism?

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  1. Hi Kenne,
    I completely agree with your views. On the first look it’s a funny face, but then, when you think about it, someone lacked respect for nature and things alive.
    Best regards from southern Texas,
    Pit

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  2. I came across a heart shaped prickly pear near the creek, above the dam, near the riparian area that had holes in them. At first I thought it was vandalized, full of holes, but it looked like a fungus may have attacked it. Then upon sleuthing around the area I found more. But it most definitely was not smiling at me!!! 🙂 (I posted a pic on my blog)

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  3. “…for there is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.” -Hamlet

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  4. Yes, I know what you mean Kenne . . . humans keep your imprints off nature please, let it be . . .

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