Suwanee’s annual program, Art on a Limb, kicks off in May. Throughout the month of May, the City of Suwanee will hide two art pieces each day along the Suwanee Creek Greenway or at Sims Lake and White Street parks. Those who find the artwork – this year, clay hearts created by Suwanee area resident Tina Waltke – get to keep them.
The red clay hearts, with hand-written loving words etched in it, will be hidden daily (two pieces at a time) along the Suwanee Creek Greenway and at Sims Lake Park and White Street Park throughout the month of May. Suwanee’s Art on a Limb program is an annual celebration of art and nature that allows those who find the trail treasures to keep them. “I love the idea of Art on Limb,” Waltke says. “It’s a sweet and giving concept, to give people something, while also encouraging them to explore Suwanee’s trails and parks!”