I looked at the picture on my text from Carol and not only did I see a Turkey, I heard it too.
That’s how alive this latest sculpture by Ed Gulley looks to me. I know it’s not really moving, but it sure looks like it is.
Ed’s been mulling this one for a good part of the winter. Someone gave him some of the materials for this bird at the Bedlam Farm Open House last October.
It’s made from fan blades, a muffler and heater grill among other things.
Ed has a way of capturing the essence of the animals he creates. It’s no surprise, as a farmer, living in upstate NY, he’s spent his life around animals and seems to love them too.
Ed is selling his Turkey, for $70 + $40 shipping. You can read more about it here on his and Carol’s blog Bejosh Farm Journal.
And in case you haven’t already heard, Carol and Ed Gulley are having an Open House at Bejosh Farm on June 30th.
You’ll be able to see in person and buy any of Ed’s sculptures there as well as get to meet some of the now famous animals that Carol and Ed write about.
Since we’re not having an Open House this June at Bedlam Farm the Bejosh Farm Open House seems like a great idea to me. I know where I’ll be on June 30th.