In reply to Lindybird:
AQ: Thanks so much for the additional link. You don't get an idea of how much spraying/painting is involved until you see the artist actually working. That Coonalpyn video is followed by several others, including a lengthy interview with the artist - Guido Van Helten - discussing his silo work in Faulkton, South Dakota. Apparently he's been painting large murals all over the world but only started doing silos in OZ Wonder how much he gets paid for this kind of thing and who, in such small towns, would sponsor him. It's too bad some of these works are so spread out; he said the South Dakota one is a long way from anywhere and right in the middle of that! I could see Silo Art Tours.....
Went for walk this morning with the intention of buying red onion for tonight's salad. Got to store, picked up onion, was on my way to the checkout stand when I realized I hadn't brought any money. Oh dear.
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