Friday, July 15, 2011

MORE Warther Museum fur you

The Indian statue is WAAAAAY up on top of Alan's Studio Roof.

I had to put this Caboose in... beclaws it is Balt. & OHIO

I just love the TINY Details...

This is so beautiful. The wood grain is just lovely with the ivory detail.

I hope that you went to Sarge's post from YESTERDAY... he has TWO short MOVIES of the replica from the Steel Mill where Mr. Warther furst worked. It shows some of the MOVING PAWts that he has in it.

there is a guy eating PIE.. and another one.. having a DRINK.. of "something". hehehe

AND on that display.. the wood that he used for the moving pawts... has NEVER EVER needed to be OILED!!!


Sarge said...

Hey Frankie!
Wow, I just can't believe this stuff! It's such cool artwork...pretty neat that Sweet William has been there. Maybe other peeps will go now too. Pawesome!
Grr and Woof,
Sarge, COP

♥♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥♥ said...

We are just in awe of those carvings. AMazing work. If we ever get to that area, we have to make sure our humans visit there too.

Have a wonderful weekend.

Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

Jazzi said...

Very interesting and awesome work.
Have a fun day Frankie.

Jazzi and Addy

Schnauzer Days said...

Fabulous, love these posts! We love the statue especially. Have a great weekend Frankie Dex and Lou xxx

Peggy Frezon said...

It's great to explore art and museums. I'm glad you got to go!

Corbin said...

I'm super jealous you got to go inside a museum!

animal lover, quilt lover said...

Hi Frankie,
I love you Frankie!!! You are such a good friend!!
I don't drive any more and the only places I ever go are the grocery store and the farmer's market. I haven't been to any where else but the doctors in years. I am going to have to have Tom read your comment. I am sure he will be very interested in the other less expensive fencing. No thank God we don't need a gate. The corner of the fence that got creamed with the big branch is in the back south corner. The tree that is over this corner is probably 100 years old and is in a dieing state. I had people come in and the least they want 1,500$$$ to take the tree down. We can't afford that either. An inexpensive fencing would be the thing to get, something that Tom could put up himself. When another branch falls he fixes it with the cheaper fencing!! You are such a good friend!! Thank you so much!!!
xx, Fern

animal lover, quilt lover said...

Have a wonderful week-end!!!

Benny and Lily said...

What a cool museum Frankie
Benny & Lily

Julia Williams said...

Nice musem pics Frankie! Hope you have a woof-worthy weekend!

scotsmad said...

What a labour of love. Just incredible that some people have the patience to make each little perfectly to make a perfect whole.

We saw Sarge's movies....awesome.

XXXOOO Daisy, Kendra & Bella

buttersthelilyorkiepoo said...

What a great museum! Especially because you're allowed inside! Looks like you enjoyed it!

houndstooth said...

Oh wow! I love that statue from the roof! All the tiny details on the trains just fascinate me, too! What amazing and cool artists you have there in your neck of the woods!


Mr. Pip said...

I agree with Bunny, that statue on the roof is AMAZING! Thanks for sharing all of this with us.

Your pal, Pip

sprinkles said...

I was just at Sarge's place and somehow missed those videos. I'm gonna have to go back and check them out.

Lorenza said...

Now my mom really wants to visit it!
Maybe one day...
Kisses and hugs

road-dog-tales said...

We would love to watch this train guy work his magic in person! And it would have been fun to watch that statue being installed on the roof! Thanks for sharing more of their work!

The Road Dogs

Kari in WeHo said...

thats some cool art!