July 7, 2016

Lost Art #34: Main St, Delaware Water Gap PA

Good news for all my American friends! 

Lost Art has made another appearance in the USA :). Jason and I have been visiting our families in Pennsylvania, so I took the opportunity to find myself a hunk of trash and leave behind a little souvenir of our time here. I took this funny shaped piece of scrap wood I found and went to sit across from the Deer Head Inn, a historic jazz venue in the Delaware Water Gap, near where I grew up. We went there a few nights ago to hear some music and it seemed like a nice place to sit and paint for a while on a pretty summer day. It seems like it's not that often that I get to spend time back home anymore, and there are so many places here that are sentimental to me. I only had time to do the one painting on this trip, but hopefully I'll get to do more in the future. And I hope that this one finds itself a home with some nice person who happens upon it later today! As always, if you find it, or know somebody who does, please let me know in the comments. And if you're waiting for the next one in Europe, you won't have long to wait. I fly back over there tomorrow! 

Happy summer to everyone, and keep looking for paintings in the streets!

This painting, acrylic on found wood chunk, 11.5" x 10.5", was left on Main Street, in Delaware Water Gap PA on July 7th, 2016, at 11:30 am.

If you have found this piece, please let me know in the comments!

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June 17, 2016

Lost Art #33: Place Lucien Herr

Hey everyone! 

How did it get to be summer already? I've spent most of this spring working on a big portrait commission, so I haven't had the chance to get out and lose as much art in the streets as I would like. But it has been beautiful painting weather! So I'm excited that this week I finally found a moment to get back to work on my favorite project :). I decided to visit a favorite 'stop and think' spot of mine. I've spent many quiet moments in this small park, and had some profound thoughts here. So it's a very special place for me. I hope I have managed to impart some of my fondness for this place onto the bar stool seat that I found in the street not long ago. And hopefully it will find a good home! If you know anybody in the neighborhood, share this post and see if one of them finds it. More to come soon!

This painting, acrylic on found stool seat, 32.5cm x 32.5cm, was left on the Place Lucien Herr, in Paris, France on June 17th, 2016, at 4:30 pm.

If you have found this piece, please let me know in the comments!

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April 5, 2016

Lost Art #32: Boulevard Edgar-Quinet, Paris

Hello again, everyone! 

It's finally starting to warm up a bit, so I'm excited to get back to losing my art in the streets. A few of the paintings have recently been found, so there will be some updates coming soon! As for this one, I found a handful of hours last week to go sit on the Boulevard Edgar Quinet, near the Montparnasse Cemetery, and paint this (sort of) view of the tower. I'm still trying to spiral out into the parts of the city where I haven't left paintings yet. So if you're hoping to find one in your neighborhood don't lose hope! I'm sure I'll get there eventually! I hope you've all managed to survive the winter with your spirits intact, and I look forward to filling the streets with paintings over the coming months. I hope you'll let me know if you or one of your friends finds one! Happy April in Paris!   

This painting, acrylic on found hub cap, 42cm x 42cm, was left on the Boulevard Edgar-Quinet, in Paris, France on April 5th, 2016, at 2:00 pm.

If you have found this piece, please let me know in the comments!

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February 16, 2016

Lost Art #31: rue des Saules, Paris

Hello again, everyone! 

After a big break I was finally able to get back to losing some art. The past few months I've been traveling around the United States on a schedule too tight to be able to leave paintings along the way. I've been missing my "letting go" therapy sessions but today, despite the cold, I was happy to get back to it! I left this painting in the picturesque Montmartre neighborhood. One of the first areas I had the pleasure of living in when I first came to Paris. It was great to have a chance to re-visit these streets and lose some art here, I hope you enjoy finding it! 

This painting, acrylic on found wooden shelf, 49cm x 24cm, was left on the rue des Saules, in Paris, France on Feb 16, 2016, at 12:30 pm.

If you have found this piece, please let me know in the comments!

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November 6, 2015

Lost Art #30: Regent's Canal, London

Lost Art in London!

Hey everyone! I'm very excited to announce that I've done my first Lost Art piece in London! I've been up here the past couple of weeks, helping some friends build installations to decorate their new apartment, and I haven't had much time for painting, but I finally found a moment. And since I've been hanging around a construction site, there's plenty of trash to be found :). I grabbed this piece of slate out of a discard pile and snuck off with it down to the canal behind the apartment I'm staying in. It was a nice, quiet moment in a big crazy city. And here it finally is! The London debut of Lost Art! I hope I get to hear from the person who goes for a walk along the canal and finds this. And I hope I get to come back and lose lots more art in London over the months to come. It will be easier now that I have some friends living up here! I had a great time while I was here and I'll definitely be looking forward to my next visit. For now, though, I'm back in Paris this weekend. Hopefully with enough time to lose something there before I head back to the States again in a few weeks. Lots of running around! I can barely keep up with myself! Stay tuned, and I'll do my best to leave some art lying around wherever I go. Until next time!

This painting, arylic on found roofing slate, 51cm x 25cm, was left on the Regent's Canal, in London on November 6th, 2015 at 8am.

If you have found this piece, please let me know in the comments!

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