Friday, January 15, 2016

Art's All In How You See It



Created with none of your tax dollars, and available for viewing only by those who walk the remote byways of rural Illinois, Agrarian Shipwreck symbolizes the futility of small dirt farms, the heartbreak of shattered dreams of sharecroppers, and the misery of starving and poorly clothed farm kids.  An anonymous sculptor created this masterpiece by utilizing an abandoned cultivator, a broken mowing machine, and a farm waif's rusty tricycle.

Or maybe someone cleaned out the machine shed. Admission is free!

2 comments:

Merle Morrison said...

I'd put my money on "cleaned out the shed", because that's how most farms around here look. Throw in an old tractor, combine, etc and you get a BIG sculpture.

Merle

David aka True Blue Sam said...

I love finding these iron graveyards. The old homes I see are usually depressing, but fascinating.