portable street art

Balance

IMG_4896This 6×6 small painting was created with the intention of joy. The whimsical nature of finding something you didn’t know you were looking for might enhance your day. It was left in downtown OverlandPark at the post office. Enjoy. If you found it, please share what you plan to do with it. Love, Mom

Alexander the Great- Was He Really Great?

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Today’s post and portable street art was created by the street artist, “Quick Art.”

Greatness is a subjective idea, and really is a matter of where you land on the spectrum between power and integrity. Can you have both? Can you choose how you define your role in the world? Was Alexander the Great really great? How do you choose to be great in this world?

The painting was left somewhere in Overland Park, Kansas.

Revolution 2016

IMG_2097Something is brewing in the United States. The fervor of young people supporting Democratic candidate Senator Bernie Sanders is palpable. It is a feeling similar to the hoped for change fervor in  preceding President Barack Obama’s, 2008 victory.

What needs to change this time? WE do. Get involved brothers and sisters. VOTE, do something for your community to make it a better place,  and STOP complaining. This painting was left in Downtown Overland Park, Kansas.

Mediocrity is Poison

photo-54Don’t kid yourself. Mediocrity will knock you down and drag you into a stupor slowly, slowly. Don’t always trust the pats on the back. Really. This reminder not to fall prey to the dangers of being average was left outside of the central library in Johnson County, Kansas. This library is not falling for any type of mediocrity and is stellar on every level. Thank you tax dollars.

Portable Street Art at Urban Suburban in Kansas City

 

Leaving art around for anyone to find. Left this piece at the entrance to Village Shalom for the  big art show, which included an auction and people coming to buy and sell art. This one is free for anyone to grab. The trick is to SEE it. Placed it at the entrance to building on Friday. By Saturday night, no one had seen it.   Eventually someone some curious eyes will take notice.