Category Archives: public art

Wordless Wednesday: Jungle Jane by Fred Hunnicutt

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Wordless Wednesday: Mural in downtown Palo Alto, CA

Portion of the mural painted on the Printers Inc building on Birch Street in downtown Palo Alto, CA. The mural dates from the 1980s. Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: High Heels for Going to Heaven

While traveling through San Francisco International Airport last December, The Ten-Year-Old and I stumbled across a giant shoe sculpture by Yayoi Kusama called High Heels for Going to Heaven. Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: F.L.Y. #publicart

We came across this wonderful bit of public art somewhere in Panama City Beach, Florida over winter break. The words above the wings say “F.L.Y. First Love Yourself – others will come next…” Related Links  More Wordless Wednesday on Caterpickles

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Almost Wordless Wednesday: How to make a writer happy

Look, Mom, someone I don’t know yet read my book! Continue reading

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Happy belated Thanksgiving!

I’m having a BlackFriday sale! Now through Cyber-Monday, you can get my new book, What’s That, Mom?, for 20% off (Amazon only). Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: The Glass Pumpkin Patch at Stanford Shopping Center

Evening light really is hard for the iPhone camera, isn’t it? Related Links: Walker & Bowes Fall Pumpkin Patch (online store) More Wordless Wednesday on Caterpickles

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Hey, my book’s out!

We interrupt our move to California to let you know that the first installment in the Caterpickles Parenting Series is finally available. What’s That, Mom? uses the proven case-study format to help parents get their children outside and asking questions that … Continue reading

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Happy Fourth of July!

Hope you spot something interesting while you’re out and about today. Related Links:  Giant deer, ‘Real Fake’ sculptures installed along Chicago Riverwalk (Curbed Chicago)  

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