Art is not always thickly brushed swaths of oil paint on canvas, wrapped in gilded frame.
It doesn't have to be the finest piece of chiseled alabaster or hand blown glass from Italy.
Art can sometimes be as simple as the world around you.
Don't believe me?
I rather like this shot I snapped while riding the 44 bus to the Academy of Sciences in San Francisco.
Know what it is?
I call it Curve.
It's the central, accordion part of an extra long bus with two segments. This stretchy section helps the bus round corners more easily.
This little vestibule has four seats facing inward, two by two, as opposed to frontward like the other seats. I love the way the folds of the wall fan out where the round, turntable-like floor and the bus meet.
Art is everywhere.
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