Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Wednesday Wonder- make hay while the sun shines

Sometimes when I pick my Wednesday wonders I pick what I think could not possibly have purpose in art as a medium and most of the time I am gratefully wrong.
I do not know why Hay popped in to my head but it did and here it goes.

This picture is from Amazing Art, another website to visit again and again.
This link will take you to their main page.
This picture and the one below come from them.

This is the page for amazing hay art

Click the link above to go see some bale art. This really is amazing.
Make sure you go see the rocket ship and castle.

Hay, there is a whole festival in Killington, Vermont for hay bales and some great hay art.
You can find that at About.com

This picture is from the Killington Hay Festival 2010 at About.com 

At the website Zuza Fun there are some great pictures of hay art too
scroll all the way through, some great pumpkins.

And if you are into Farmville
Here is a whole Farmville Wiki page on virtual bale art.
http://farmville.wikia.com/wiki/Hay_Bale_Pixel_Art


And here are a yaffle of hay words to keep you up to date from the Hay in Art page!
Or visit Hay in Art they have a data base of over 6700 of great works of hay!
Yep, people someone has spent more time than I have to help you learn about hay in art and art made of hay!
One more straw, hay!


Hay there even is a a tourist attraction in http://www.roadsideamerica.com/tip/7274
Forkland, Alabama - Jim Bird's Hay Bale Art. No hay!!

And just so you know, I got this from Answers.com

"Hay is dried grass.
Straw is the dried stalks of harvested cereals, such as wheat, barley and oats."



Hay, I knew that!!
Well, I gotta bale!!!

Hay, have a great day will ya???

9 comments:

  1. Thanks Kallan, I thought it was fun!
    I am so glad somebody else might enjoy it.

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  2. These are right up my alley! I will have to spend some time looking at your links, maybe I will be makin' hay art someday! Thanks Marie.

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  3. Marie!!! You just keep finding the best stuff! How clever is that.
    **kisskiss** Deb

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  4. Wow, Marie - this is really fabulous! I'm going to have to head up to Killington - although I think the hay would probably kill my hubby (he's really allergic). Theresa

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  5. Oh my god, marie: and i thought a garden scarecrow was pretty cool!

    AND is THIS the reason i have such cravings to slirp my cherrios through a straw in my own garden?

    OR why i desire to roll in the grass sometimes while I'm pinching back the basil?

    such important questions: all because of you. ♥

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  6. How Fantastic... I did not know! Thank you so much for sharing. This is great!

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  7. OMG! These are too cool! Thanks for sharing them. I hope my last comment posted re: your sharing your talents. You are so generous and creative. Love your work.

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  8. Hey, farmers gotta have fun, too.

    Oh wow, these are so much fun! I'd love to have a big giant hay hound. And I did NOT know the difference between hay and straw. Thanks!

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