We the people. We get to decide. What do we want our 21st century to look like in the United States? This painting was left in Kansas City (actually Overland Park) at Quick Trip at 95th and Antioch. Did you find it?
This was left on the Country Club Plaza Art Fair in Kansas City.
What do you need to be doing more of more often? What do you need to be doing less of more often?
“Often when you think you are at the end of something, you’re at the beginning of something else.”- Mister Rogers
This was left outside of the InterUrban ArtHouse in Overland Park, Kansas. Did you find it?
This painting was left in Lawrence, Kansas…home to the late William S. Burroughs and other wildly creative souls. Finders, keepers. Did you find it?
Home. Improving homes one street painting at a time. Enjoy. Hang it up or pass it along. This was left on a park bench in Downtown Overland Park in front of the Olive Oil shop. Did you find it?
Did you find this painting somewhere on the street? Can you tell me about it? This is an attempt to give street art, provenance, something not possible with traditional street art. This was left in downtown Overland Park, across the street from Dragon Inn. Cheers!
Don’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.
This little 3×3 canvas was left on a cold and windy day in the Gold Coast of Chicago on Michigan Avenue. Did you find it on a “no” day?
I’m having a “yes” day