Artist Creates Amazing Halloween Sculptures From Hay Bales
Halloween is a holiday that everybody on this Earth impatiently awaits for. It is the one day of the year when you get to be whomever you want to be! From witches, vampires and fairies, to the most elaborate, most incredible hand made costumes that the wearers can come up with. DIY clothes are no new thing - people have been inventing their Halloween outfits since day one. Personalities decided to wow everyone on this Halloween night by dressing himself up in one extraordinary illusion costume. It would seem that Paulie always needed a chauffeur of his own but lacking the financials he got himself the next best being a gorilla by the name of Bob to carry him about in a crate.
With a stuffed real-size gorilla costume Halloween is right around the corner and if you are anything like the time flies and it snuck up on you. Well here is a funny and cute compilation of kids who love their Halloween candy. Check out the video have a good laugh and comment below. What are you or your kid's clothing up as for Halloween?
As a child, Halloween might be one of the best festivals around! Aside from Christmas where you receive a bunch of gifts and awards Halloween is right up there. Kids love to dress up as their favorite superhero, television characters, or monsters, and kids love their candy. Most parents regularly take their candy away at the end of the night so they can portion check how much candy their kids eat. Usually, the kids are not too fond of this strategy, but it pays off in the long run when they don’t have problems with your teeth!
Lots of children wake up the morning after Halloween may be hoping to recount their earnings and have some pieces of their candy. Most people are familiar with some of the most popular late-night television talk show hosts. One of the most common Late Night hosts is Jimmy Kimmel. Every year at Halloween, he does a segment on his show where parents film the reaction of their kids after being told their candy was eaten. Name is Jean Marie Smith and he loves Halloween! As artist-in-residence at Creasey Mahan Nature Preserve, every year for the past ten years he created and sculpted/painted hay bale art to bring smiles and joy to children and adults at the Halloween Haunted Hike.
After reviewing popular trends and interviewing friends and family, settled on which characters would use. Some of the bales are double-stacked or placed on end or sides depending on the character to be sculpted. So enjoy seeing parents and children gather around the bales for photos as they create warm and lasting pictures you love hay bale sculpting so much that already have plans for next year that include Bert and Ernie from Sesame Street and Smokey the Bear! If you're curious you can find my previous post here.