Sunday, 8 July 2012

Abandoned he-art

A while ago Michael deMeng started a Facebook group called
ART ABANDONMENT is what he says about it:

 Art Abandonment is a group designed to encourage random acts of art, left in various locations around the globe. The idea is that folks can make something and leave it for a lucky unsuspecting person to find. Artists can then post locations and photos of abandoned goodies…and finders can let everyone know that they are the lucky finder! O' sweet abandon!

So leave some art. Leave a contact email for the finder…and if you get notified share the message with this group. If you prefer you can use the contact email: we'll be checking it often and share the results. 

It's an open group so anyone can join in!

So, yesterday I spent a very lovely afternoon/evening with my friend PALMA REA who is visiting the UK from Italy............after I dropped her off in Chester I found a piece of abandoned art IN MY CAR! 
How cool is that??

Inside the box was this BEAUTIFUL clay piece

 I absolutely LOVE it..............thank you so much Palma.....I'll treasure it:)


Sandy said...

Absolutely cool Sue.
Your heart is stunning.

Have a lovely sunday my friend. xoxo

olive said...

how amazing.... artists are so generous with their creations and themselves.. think I will have a look and see what its about...... lucky you. xx

Sid said...

Lucky you it's gorgeous !!

Seeing Things said...

Palma's work is so distinctive!

The concept reminds me of Kristy Hall's project called 365 Jars.

I'm sure you've heard of her but just in case here is the link:

Carol Q said...

how fab to be on the receiving end Sue. have you made any yet?

Pam McKnight said...

wow, that was a cool piece. I also joined the art abandoned group, unfortunately I have yet to receive an email. :( Guess I'll try again.

Palma said...

Glad you liked it and I had a FABULOUS time with you ♥ Maybe it would have been a bigger surprise if the person in the back seat hadn't said anything! LOL Hope to meet with you again very soon.

Anonymous said...

Lucky you, its gorgeous