Onion Art

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A cousin of mine just sent me these photos from France and I thought they were so cool I just wanted to share them. I don’t have much to say about them because I didn’t get any information,Β  just the pictures. But they are so unique and original I thought maybe some other folks would appreciate seeing them. That’s it. A simple post for a change… πŸ˜‰

Enjoy!

Steve

PS. I credit my cousin Marilyn for sending these to me and her cousin in France Patrick for sending them to her… There are many circles that connect with this one here… πŸ˜‰

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37 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Cedar on January 22, 2014 at 7:40 pm

    Lovely! Thank you for a little beauty today.

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  2. Those are AMAZING!!! WOW…what an imagination this person had to put that together…that truly is living art-tee hee:-)

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    • They are Amazing I agree. I wish I could do this sort of thing. Maybe I could if i tried it I guess. They’re all so perfect! I wish I knew more about who did these. I’m so glad you like them… πŸ˜‰
      peace,
      Steve

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  3. Reblogged this on Palm Rae Urban Potager and commented:
    I just wandered over here to check out what Steve was up to, and WOW…totally too amazing not to share. I have never seen such wonderful living art! Seriously, that is so cool…had to share, you could do this with kids! Get them involved in the garden out back. If you don’t know Steve + his amazing garden, well, I just introduced you to an amazing blogger with an amazing outdoor area that is not “huge in size” , but “huge in spirit”…I have been enjoying his blog…please stop over and meet him and add him to your list of favorites…you won’t be disappointed! Isn’t that so cool!!!

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    • I usually don’t post in twice in one week, but these were just TOO COOL! That is amazing Living Art! Hope you don’t mind I reblogged you, and you are the first person I ever reblogged! I was afraid I would mess it up, but I did okay. Thank you for sharing!

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    • Thank you so much Robbie! That’s very cool of you to do this! Of course it’s fine that you re-blogged it. I’m honored that you did so. I don’t even know how to do that! Good for your for trying it out and succeeding…
      all the best,
      Steve

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      • Well, then I got to tell everybody about what an amazing garden you have!!! I hope they all visit you + see for themselves how wonderful + what an “artistic gardener” you truly are:-)

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  4. I liked each one better than the one before. Then I scrolled up the other way and liked each one better than the one before.

    This is a simple answer to your simple post…………I think.

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  5. Wow, these are beautiful!

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  6. They are lovely and so original.

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  7. Beautiful and original style of art. Great idea for a party.

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  8. Cool, Steve. I just did some kind of “food art” myself not knowing you had posted these. Of course now I feel so silly calling mine “food art.”

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  9. These are gorgeous! They remind me of the art done by Princess Grace of Monaco using dried flowers. Her designs were used by some large home linens company. I think these would be perfect for wallpaper for a kitchen, curtains, fabric, etc.

    I found you through Robbie’s re-blog and I like your blog. ~ Linne

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    • These would make fantastic patterns for many things, you’re right. I haven’t seen Princess Grace’s work but I’m sure it’s lovely. Thank you for visiting me and liking my blog! And Thanks to Robbie for her re-blog… πŸ˜‰
      cheers,
      Steve

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  10. Creative – I am constantly amazed by the artistic energy that is within our world! πŸ™‚

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  11. Oh, those are beautiful: and the creativity is so very French and chouette! Think how lovely they must smell. Steve, I just sent you an email about Redwood, but your address is screening and says it has been lost. I am sorry you are getting so much spam. Can you email me back from this comment, and give me another address to send it to? Thanks

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    • Thank you Jane. I got these from a cousin who has a French cousin so I assume they were made there. As for your email, I got it OK and read it. Very cool and interesting letter. I’ll respond to you from the email soon.
      Peace,
      Steve

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  12. Wow. I have never seen anything like them – so creative! ❀

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  13. Posted by Jackie Saulmon Ramirez on February 14, 2014 at 8:09 pm

    Reblogged this on The Artistic Spider's Web and commented:
    Onion Art

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  14. Posted by Jackie Saulmon Ramirez on February 14, 2014 at 8:10 pm

    These are simply gorgeous! I love the filigree look these have. Very nicely done!

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