Art on a Limb Blossoms in May

It’s a bud? It’s a mug? It’s Art on a Limb! And it has become tradition in Suwanee, art will be blossoming along the Suwanee Creek Greenway and other trails around the city during the month of May. Through its Art on a Limb program, the City of Suwanee “hides” two pieces of original art daily along trails throughout the city; those who find the artwork get to keep it.

This annual “finders keepers” program is designed to promote an appreciation for art and nature. This year’s Art on a Limb pieces are stoneware mugs created by Dacula-based artist Sandra Nissen. They include impressions of leaves picked up on Nissen’s walks along the Suwanee Creek Greenway. Nissen’s work will also be featured at this year’s Arts in the Park festival on May 19.

Please notify the city if you’re fortunate enough to find a piece of Art on a Limb.

2 COMMENTS

  1. My kids are even more excited about this after reading the article. It’s so great Suwanee has so much emphasis on art.

  2. My son found a coffee mug at the Suwanee Greenway. He was so excited! He climbed up the tree to get it. This is a really great program!

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