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RainWave-StickLike something fused by nature fay, Rainstick by Beach Glass contributing artist Kerstin Novion looks like a true hidden treasure. Rain-Stick-with-TagKerstin’s piece kick’s off the 2015 RB Beach Glass: A Hidden Art Odyssey season.

Kerstin has been working with glass for most of her life. She is currently working with fused glass, some examples of which can be found in the Shoreline-LFP Arts Council Gallery At Town Center in Lake Forest Park. She likes to dabble in as many art forms as possible, sometimes experimenting with everyday items as well as the more expected art tools. She was inspired by the beautiful concept of the Hidden Art Odyssey and felt compelled to join the ranks of contributing artists last year and boy are we glad she did. (Whoever finds this beautiful piece will be glad, too!)

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 Rain-Stick-Hidingis 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.

FOUND: RB Beach Glass #44

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RB Beach Glass #44 was found by Gary Sterling and his family, including his adorable children pictured here.

Thanks to hunter Kerstin Novion for reporting #38 RB Beach Glass, the Brown Fish by Alex Danford-Rincon, was apparently already found when she followed the clues to look for it this morning. (Alex did a drive-by to confirm that, yes, it’s gone.) Hoping to still hear from the finder directly. If that is you, please let us know!

This is by no means the first RB Beach Glass found within 24 hours of posting. Some have been found in less than an hour! 

All except one, that is. Sadly, lonely #37 is still hiding and waiting, waiting, waiting for someone to find it. (As of last week it was still there.) True, it looks homely in the photo and maybe in person, too. But it has hidden treasures inside and is much more fun than it’s appearance would suggest!

If someone – anyone! — is interested in finding it but the clues didn’t help enough, please let me know. I’ll be happy to give more, uhm, detailed clues (as in, I’ll draw you a map if you need it). 

Thanks for taking part in this community adventure and happy hunting!

 

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