|My first Art Abandonment "ArtDrop"|
a "Palm In Paradise" Limited Edition ACEO Magnet
I'm getting ready to find a creative place, take a picture of a piece of my art in this location, leave a brief note and walk away for the first time. This is called Art Abandonment. If you're on Facebook, you can drop in and read all about it here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ArtAbandonment/
I first became aware of this group a week or so ago when I read another person's blog post, Etsy artist Stacey Merrill of Artsnark . She had abandoned a piece, and then another and another within five miles of where I'm sitting right now. I'm curious about who might have found her artwork, and thought this was a nice thing to do for the sake of art and for others, and decided to join in the fun. You can find Stacey's blog here: http://artsnark.blogspot.com/2012_06_01_archive.html . The initial post about Art Abandonment was June 17th. Go have a look, but please come back!
I started this post last night, but today at lunch I made my first "ArtDrop". I left one of my ACEO Limited Edition magnets in the decorative fishnet handicap parking marker at Dockside Dave's in Madeira Beach. The sign was decorated so great already, I just added my little decorator ArtDrop. I hope someone finds it. It would be really fun to hear what happens, how they came to find these pieces, and where and how they used them!!!
|This is the site of my first "ArtDrop" at Dockside Dave's in Madeira Beach|