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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Artist on Main St Washington Nc

I realized while driving home from class, that i hadnt took a stroll down Main St in a few days. I enjoying doing this from time to time because its such a neat little street, with cool Mason inspired architecture. Everything is very geometrically sound. Arches and key stones, pressed tin for roofing, and beautiful columns. This city at one time was crafted to be beautiful. Years since the date of origin for this brick and more,  still retaining a subtle ambiance like one should be hating the British for there taxes and central banking practices, all the while elegantly socializing with of a legion of revolutionaries.

 The Main St of Washington Nc was a splendid place in its youth. I know this because I can feel this. I feel the freshly arrived settlers in the Port, I can see the ships with sails. I can sense the fear of being robbed by free spirited Pirates, yet sympathize with their passion to be free of all rules. Yet saddened by their ignorance that sometimes there just has to be order in the chaos.

This is the timeline of my journy.

Got out of my car at the public parking area and took the first picture, i dont really know what this place is, i think its law offices, but the building is a neat one, i wish i lived in an apartment up above there

Secret grove lookin place here. Thought it was a cool looking place.

Ancient, Free & Accepted Masons of North Carolina. The name actually does sound very intriguing. This city was named after Gen. George Washington. This is the original Washington. Gen. Washington was a known Free-Mason. Makes sense, right?


Art Tyndall Studio =]





Here he the artist at work, prime'ing a cavas to be painted on. We went into a descussion about the fact he is doing a "nudey" and how sometimes they just gotta be done. Every one has to do a few in their lifetime. Stating that this was only the 4th or 5th time doing one of these paintings. Nice fellow, this man.



More original work.

South Market Antiques.. i havnt been in here yet.

or Visible Changes Hair Salon. but one day.

would be a sweet apartment.

craftmanship and pride.

57 comments:

  1. You just walk around and take pictures? Pretty neat hobby. You into urban exploration any?

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  2. That's some pretty good pictures you've got there. I also like the art :)

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  3. woah cool starry bra, the masonic lodge and everything that's awesome

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  4. wow this takes me back to the good old days, great post

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  5. Keeping originality alive, I'm happeh.

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  6. This is one of those hobbies that sits right under your nose and is simultaneously extremely awesome...

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  7. Very great looking place! I love pic blogs!

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  8. Not bad, that's the coolest job ever!

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  9. It's depressing how plain and thoughtless buildings are in these days... I love going around and looking at old architecture :)

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  10. Great photos. My one suggestion would be to take more photos of people that you can meet around that area, like maybe some of the shopkeepers. Or just anyone that has been living there for a long time, and could tell you some stories.

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  11. Cool story, bro!
    Following your blog

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  12. wow, that place is extremely rustic

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  13. i like it! i need to find a smallesh town to walk around.

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  14. The gods for murder seemed so content Following!

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  15. Wow! Your photos are so telling I feel like I've been there myself. I miss small towns.

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  16. where can we get more of the girl in the background?

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  17. what a great idea, Main Streets USA

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  18. Great pics. looks like u had fun

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  19. The name of that salon is too funny!
    Great weekend!!

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  20. Nice collection/selection of shots. Especially like the one of the artist !

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  21. thank for your visit on my blog, I like the atmosphere of your page, beautiful photos and texts very interesting !
    I congratulate you, I had a pleasant time to read and I'm follower also :))

    Bye Mahon**

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  22. your post today is amaizing! i like it!
    supportin & follouing!

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  23. Nice review i'll be dropping on by to see more

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  24. Sounds like a great place! I will add this to my someday I will visit list!

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  25. I love washington DC, so much cool stuff to do!

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  26. Great post with some beautiful pics! thanks for sharing

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  27. this is awesome thanks for this il sure check the site

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  28. oh i really love those paintings! i love art!
    I'd be so glad if you visit my blog and take a look at my paintings.
    This kind of studio is my dream!!!

    love,

    marisa

    http://indiesartofloving.blogspot.com/

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  29. I was away for the weekend, happy to read you again ;)!

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  30. LOVE the pictures. I especially LOVE when the artist does the painting :)

    Kisses
    J
    xoxo

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  31. Really nice stuff mate - you've got yourself a new follower. ;)

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  32. great pics and the personal research is nice.

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  33. Looks awesome. I would love to have an apartment like that.


    Great blog design too.

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  34. is really very different from italy

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  35. love thos little places all around the world =)

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  36. Would love to go to that art studio, I LOVE art but I'm not an art major so with my major I don't have much time to sit and do a painting. :(

    http://themessenger-bag.blogspot.com

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  37. I like the store's minimal set up.

    >Would love to go to that art studio

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  38. Cool!
    I am very intrigued by the Masons for some reason. I think it's the conspiracty theorist in me!

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