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Sunday, February 24, 2013

Painted Windows


Jud, North Dakota

My post the other day with the old car had a painted window with chickens in it and here is a close-up of that window and the other window on the building.


The building they were on.

This store front in town also had painted windows, most likely by the same artist. 
 A nice way to spruce up empty looking windows.


Notice the stamped metal wall covering. 




13 comments:

  1. love the mural; unfortunately Blogger is only let me see the first one you've uploaded. I'll come back again later----

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  2. Like the painted windows. It gives something very refreshing on an otherwise dull construction. !-0 for the artist.

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  3. So nice done, I like the one with the kitty most, but the chickens also look great.

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  4. Love the murals -- Now we have a new spot to stop bye the next time we're wandering N.D. Thanks.

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  5. The windows are really cool. I like that!

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  6. Wonderfully clever. Both concepts are well done. Terrific way to liven up both structures and make them more appealing.

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  7. I used to have chickens on our hobby farm and once I even painted a "fresh eggs" sign on the apron under our kitchen sink at the farm. This brought up some good memories. For some reason I feel like making an omelet...

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  8. just love these! love the cat in the window!

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  9. You know I love trompe l'oeil. These images are so convincing, I had trouble telling if the hollihock was real or faux. Thank goodness you published the more distant photo. These small murals reveal a lot of humor. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

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  10. I really like the lacy curtains in the windows ... and that kitty cat ... waiting for someone to come home.
    Erin from Two to Travel's Viewfinder

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  11. Here I am up again for the second night unable to sleep...your chickens have made my night and have left me feeling better about having the miserable winter allergies. genie

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  12. I know I am D***old, but I do not think I was here at the turn of the century, Still, the old bike fascinates me. The accordion is a beauty, and the TV/record layer us a real cutie. Never saw one of those, either. genie

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