Posts Tagged ‘Art’


I came across this huge red ball art while riding my bike in Hermann park.

2014 Albert Moyer, Jr.

I stumbled across some of these photos while researching Photoshop. I can not say I created them, but I can say, I am passing them along because they are pretty cool. I hope you enjoy them. There is nothing like IMAGINATION.

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Recently the band I play with had the privilege of playing the 33rd Annual Medina Lake Cajun Festival in LakeHills, Texas. The festival was well-managed and full of fun festive people. We had a great time! Here are some photos I took at the festival. Even though there is a drought that has caused a 97% reduction in lake water, the party is still happening.

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Philadelphia has their LOVE art and it is very popular for photography. I am very proud that Houston, one of the fastest growing cities in America, now has its own art too. Our art piece is much bigger than Philadelphia. Everything is bigger in Texas!



2013 Albert Moyer, Jr.


I was cruising down San Pedro Avenue in San Antonio,Texas, when I happened upon these cool wall murals. The people who painted these are not gangsters, or taggers, they are artists.

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Well, I haven’t touched on the topic of art in a while.┬áToday, I stumbled across two really cool artistic guitars.

A Fender Strat that is hand-carved, and right below it, a Gibson Les Paul that looks to be tiled with some mother of pearl and abalone.

What a way to look great while jamming.




This photo was taken inside the Old Louisiana Capitol building in Baton Rouge, LA, as the sun’s rays pierced through the stained glass onto the floor.



I took this photo while walking in downtown Baton Rouge, LA.


I took this photo in downtown Houston.


I really like Fractal Art and I came across a blogger who does it with amazing colors.