Trouvé à Montréal

Big news from a fabulous Canadian city*… the 58th piece of art was dropped in Montreal and it was found (or “trouvé“)!

This was a “thumbnail landscape” – a small winter scene with a wee cabin and trees. It was dropped by a secret agent on a bench in a fitness center in the downtown area:

The finder of this little piece was delighted, and she tweeted her discovery later in the day! …although it seems to have migrated from the bench to a nearby window sill (Yes, everyone, we have a twitter account)

And this little winter scene was posted up on a bulletin board in its new home:

Once again, it seems this very fun project has brought some joy into someone’s life, and that’s the whole purpose.

The world is a tough place with so many stressful things happening. I believe firmly that art can connect us, bring us happiness, and keep us grounded during difficult times.

Please be kind and spread joy whenever you can.

*another piece of art was found a while ago in a different and equally fabulous Canadian city – here’s the story!

Small things

The first year of this project is drawing to a close (how do you like that pun….?).

I’ve just finished the final set of art pieces, so here’s the latest from the studio. I’ve been having fun making ‘small things’ – essentially thumbnail art. These are all done in watercolour (with some pen work on some), and they are all small (the pencil in the photo offers scale).

Small things are fun, and nice. It will also be fun and nice to see these small pieces make their way out in the very big world. Let’s see who finds them!