Archive for August, 2015


FullSizeRender952795 IMG_20150814_173015993Once again a rainstorm reveals a RB Beach Glass made of actual beach glass crafted into a gorgeous light catcher by Alex Danford-Rincon. As with all his creations, Alex’s light catcher is made of beach glass he finds along the Richmond Beach shores of Puget Sound. Does this stand of bushes where it’s hidden look familiar to anyone?

As always, the art is free to whoever finds it. Happy hunting !

Did you find RB Beach Glass hidden art?

Please share where and what you found on this site or the RBCA Facebook page. Those who are searching like to know when the hunt is over. Tell us your story: any details such as if you were looking or just stumbled upon one, who you were with, what neighborhood you live in and what you plan to do with it are always interesting to hear. We also like to see photos of it in it’s new home as you’ll see from previous posts. Whatever you’d like to share is most welcome.

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Since no one has reported finding #50 RB Beach Glass, here is a new visual clue for it’s location. Want an additional clue? Just ask on this site or any of the Facebook pages this appears on.

Now, back to the original post:

RB Beach Glass #50 is a genuine RB rock painted in abstract leaves by Susan Will.  Susan is the volunteer artist that began and manages RB Beach Glass: A Hidden Art Odyssey under the sponsorship of the Richmond Beach Community Association (RBCA). Check out the post for #49 to learn more about Susan and her art.

The softball-sized piece of granite (?) was quarried right here in a Richmond Beach backyard. The abstract leaves are painted in watercolor with permanent ink marker outlines. The finished art was covered in several coats of spar varnish to protect it from the weather.

As always, the art has been hidden on public property and is free to whoever finds it. Happy rock hounding!

Did you find RB Beach Glass hidden art?

Please share where and what you found on this site or the RBCA Facebook page. Those who are searching like to know when the hunt is over. Tell us your story: any details such as if you were looking or just stumbled upon one, who you were with, what neighborhood you live in and what you plan to do with it are always interesting to hear. We also like to see photos of it in it’s new home as you’ll see from previous posts. Whatever you’d like to share is most welcome.

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