An artistic village in Costa Rica where even the chairs look like some sort of art statement…
The dogs get it – here an artist’s dog relaxes in an artistic way.
And this little yellow bird, here posing against a blue wall, notes that “this is my best side, and don’t I look good in blue!” An unusual seedpod from the Guanacaste Ear Tree, ‘Enterolobium cyclocarpum’ , looks like a sculpture. A local store which must have been painted green just to complement the stacks of red Coca-Cola crates outside. Then there are the actual works of art. This sculpture of styrofoam balls inside black and white pantyhose has to be of the more unique pieces of art I have ever seen. A black & red stencilled mural. Mural of swirling local beasts, in this case an iguana who has managed to grab a coatimundi’s tail in its mouth. A smiley mosaic tile flower, part of a tiled mural. Roughly carved wooden sculptures of slightly larger than life-size people’s heads.
Don’t you just love Costa Rica…so much to offer
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