More Abandoned Art Magnets
Hello! I can't believe it's April already! Woo hoo, summer is on its way!
I'm really getting carried away with this Art Abandonment thing. Although I have been abandoning art for several years now, I have really gotten into it lately since I have been involved with my online group. This month, I will continue to abandon more of my art magnets in my own and other communities as I travel.
These are miniature prints of my original art and each one measures 2" X 3.5" (see quarter in the photo for scale).
As I mentioned in my January post to our Art Abandonment Group (Facebook), magnets are great for abandoned art because they are easy to adhere to different surfaces that you might not otherwise consider as a suitable location for your art. I have abandoned magnets on door frames, utility boxes (those big ones in public places that house city electrical connections or water shutoffs, etc.), playground equipment, the doors in public restroom stalls (inside, of course). I try to make it a challenge for myself to find really out-of-the-way places to abandon magnet art. It is SO fun to think how long it might be before someone discovers it and if only to be a "fly on the wall" to see the wonder on their faces when they find it.
I STILL love art by stealth!!
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