The Bless Her Heart Art Gallery

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Waiting in line for my chai latte this morning, I overheard something about Paris and Art and I pricked up my ears:

“You know, when I was in the service, I was stationed in Paris. Right across from the Louvre; you know, the Looooovv? You could spend a whole day in there! Ya know the Mona Lisa is only about that big? Yup! Ya know, the only thing I didn’t like about Paris…was the people!”

Just when ya think there’s some hope for humanity, when the lines seem to start to blurr and someone not typically inclined toward appreciating art can see and recognize something of greatness. And then…? Nope…nope…he is really an asshole.

But then you happen along something that’s just so sweet in it’s simpleness. Just so sincere and you gotta appreciate it for what it is: some folks trying to make the world a prettier place. I saw these photos and just fell in love with the truly unintentional kitsch of this thing.

And I thought it should be called The Bless Her Heart Art Gallery. I love it…

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And my very favorite…

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snapshots courtesy of theyetiden

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2 thoughts on “The Bless Her Heart Art Gallery

    Inneryeti said:
    October 30, 2015 at 6:12 pm

    Reblogged this on The Yeti Den and commented:
    I really believe the reason why I like her is because of the way she sees the world.

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    kirizar said:
    November 3, 2015 at 5:27 pm

    I can’t tell if the juxtaposition of someone snarking about the Louvre paired with the observation of the precious ‘bless her heart’ art of a roadside gallery is ironic or just comedic brilliance.

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