Rustoleum Metallic, art room

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Another shot from inside the art room at the vacated Wellman Union School.

See that can on the desk? It’s Rustoleum Metallic. I am just positive that someone took the spray paint in there with the intentions of painting the filing cabinets. Right?

Union School
Terry County, Texas

photographed 7.4.2012

Posted on February 27, 2013, in Photography and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 11 Comments.

  1. Interesting things that one can still use .

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  2. This is a very dreary room – can you imagine your creative juices flowing in full force in a space like this? All I can imagine is the ceiling slowly lowering, like a juice press.

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    • Even when it wasn’t full of dust-coated, discarded furniture, I think the room would have been awful. In addition to those concrete-block walls and low ceiling, there’s only one window, so almost no natural light.

      Good image re. the juice press!

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      • There is that story “A Terribly Strange Bed” which springs to mind too, by Wilkie Collins (though I thought it was by Edgar Allen Poe until I looked it up just now). Horrible. That low ceiling is wretched.

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      • I am not familiar with that story – but I will be looking it up shortly. (I’ve read The Moonstone and The Woman in White, though.)

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      • It is very short, and on the web so easy to find. And creepy. You might never sleep well in a canopy bed again.

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      • Yes, it IS creepy! Good thing I don’t have a canopy bed, or I’d be sleeping elsewhere. For a long time….!

        (I liked the line “he had the dirtiest pair of hands I ever saw – even in France.”)

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