"ARROYO"

A dry channel through which water flows intermittently and irregularly. Kind of like this blog.

My art is an infectious need for me, sometimes a burden but most often a blessing.

This blog is about me and my obsessions, my loves, my need to create and my need of JUNK. I'm addicted to thrift stores, estate sales, flea markets and all roads leading off the beaten track to discover that perfect piece of junk. I recycle old license plates, old shovels, wheelbarrows, saw blades and anything else that's funky using my hand held plasma cutter. I love working with steel, sculpting, photography, watercolor painting, stained glass, and turning everyday utilitarian objects into art. Junked cars ~ I will always veer off the path to search out the beautiful wrecked Arroyo JunKers throughout Arizona, New Mexico and anywhere else the road may lead. When I'm not searching for those JunKers
I ~ RESURRECT ~ STEEL

Sunday, March 7, 2010

I'm Swimming and Your Not!!!






Is this an Otter or a Corgi????
With 75 degree weather on Friday... it was officially the first day of swimming for Harley.  He swims till he can hardly move and he's still swimming when he finally falls asleep from exhaustion.  Those little stubby legs just keep kicking.

2 comments:

EmcogNEATO! said...

Aww. I love dogs. What a happy guy. Found you from Friday Follow. Hope you'll stop by. emcogNEATO!

tsue said...

Love your site. The photos are superb.
Following from Friday Follow. Stop by when you can.

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Takin' the back road from Greer to Morenci was gorgeous.  This was waiting at the end.
Alpine Cliff Jumper

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Don't you just love bugs!  My first car.... but RED.
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This was a great old Studebaker Truck in Lamy, NM .  It has seen better days.  I love Lamy,
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