Bingo Joe!

Filed under: Art,Kudos — Chamberlain @ 11:13 pm
No. 214

The clan will be especially delighted to learn that the combination of exceptional genius, perseverance, and artistry of Joe Pentland is bearing fruit. Here is his extraordinary creation, Horizontal Line 264, permanently installed in the atrium of the Connecticut Department of Public Health Laboratory, Rock Hill CT.


This is so exciting. A second outdoor installation of another of Joe’s creations is in progress at this site. What talent! Congratulations Joe. I have the feeling that we will be seeing a lot more of your wonderful creativity in the future.

LC

9 Comments »

  1. Joe,

    This is absolutely mesmerizing; every public facility where people have to stand in unending lines should have one of these to calm the nerves. Not only is attractive but entertaining and soothing.

    Bravo zulu!

    Hugs,
    Eleanor and Ralph

    Comment by Eleanor Withers — March 9, 2014 @ 10:00 am

  2. How do you think these up?

    Comment by Claiborne Skinner — March 9, 2014 @ 1:53 pm

  3. Joe,

    This was great.

    Uncle Tertius

    Comment by Tertius Skinner — March 9, 2014 @ 2:48 pm

  4. Dear Joe,

    Well done! You make us all proud!!

    Please let us know when your second installation is up and running. We would like to see them both in person.

    Love,

    Aunt Karen and Uncle Bill

    Comment by Bill & Karen Skinner — March 10, 2014 @ 8:55 am

  5. Joe — You rock. You are amazing. What a delight to bask in the refractive glory of your achievement! I am already forwarding this everywhere.xxxxxxxx

    Comment by Zellie — March 10, 2014 @ 9:29 am

  6. This is a meditation, ballet, waves in the ocean, a swing in the hammock, wind in the trees and so many other good things …

    Much love,

    Anne

    Comment by Anne Dollimore — March 10, 2014 @ 11:04 am

  7. Congratulations, Joe. It’s magnificent.

    We all know that Joe’s a genius. My question is: Is there anyone in the family smart enough to figure out — without help from a kibitzer — how it works?

    I suggest the LC come up with a suitable prize for the correct answer; no recycled Christmas presents or grocery store coupons.

    I’m pretty sure I have it figured out; I’m withholding my answer until the LC announces a suitable prize.

    Uncle Calvin

    Comment by Uncle Calvin — March 11, 2014 @ 11:00 am

  8. Uncle Calvin, I am not authorized to offer prizes on behalf of the clan. As a trustee you know that very well. I do have a slightly used tambourine (only used in Catholic church services – of course no other church except Catholic ones use tambourines so the ‘Catholic’ adjective is slightly redundant…) which would be quite nice…

    So now, how does it work?

    LC

    Comment by rcdunnii — March 26, 2014 @ 10:28 pm

  9. Joe,

    Congratulations! That art piece is absolutely mesmerizing. Please let us know when the next installment is up and running. I’d love to see.

    Suzanne

    Comment by Suzanne Forster — April 3, 2014 @ 6:09 pm

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