Here's another one of those images that I sometimes find on my phone, having lost track of where I took the photograph or even what the photograph depicts. Just an intriguing surface I came upon, somewhere. A little bit of mysterious, unintended art.
This door in the town of Sonoma fascinates me. It's a punched metal screen that's been burnished and, apparently, spray-painted over, but the patterns change depending on light and the angle of view. I've photographed it before. serendipitous art.
I found this paint-smear composition on a loading dock in Graton, CA. The old warehouse building is now used as artist's studios. It looks like someone was working here.... Unintended art, serendipitous art.
Going through some old photos from a trip to Sacramento I found a few that puzzle me. I don't know what this is that I photographed, but it looked like art to me at the time. Still does. Unintended art.
On a recent visit to The Barlow, the new shopping area at the eastern edge of Sebastopol, I stopped in at the Passdoor, a gallery and interior shop with interesting wares and an interesting floor--a leftover from the place's former life as a warehouse. Unintended art.
I recently found myself at the outdoor international arrivals waiting area at San Jose Airport. On a concrete wall I found this intriguing pattern. After some thought, I decided there was probably a sign here that has fallen down or been removed. The pattern of squiggles was probably made by the adhesive that once held it up. Unintended art.