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RB Beach Glass, sponsored by the Richmond Beach Community Association, ends for the year with three hidden pieces of art!

The first two are the final icicles by artist Alex Danford-Rincon. RB Beach Glass #60 and #61 – again with the crazy easy clues! – are hidden in Richmond Beach and waiting for the quick hunters to find them. #60 with its clue photo is to the right and #61 is below it.

Alex’s icicles are made of beach glass he finds along the Richmond Beac#61h shores of Puget Sound. Though they were new to RB Beach Glass last year, he’s been making them as holiday gifts for family and friends for years. His list has grown so large, he starts making icicles in the summer.

The third bit of hidden art is a small framed painting of a wreath by artist
and RB Beach Glass project coordinator Susan Will. The original is a pastel painting on black sandpaper. This quality color reproduction has ink and color pencil details added. Susan works in a wide variety of media, but has specialized in pastels for the past 25 years and has been featured in juried shows, galleries and private collections along the west coast.IMG_20151231_133534764#63

Stay tuned for more information about an exciting new and expanded direction RB Beach Glass plans to go in 2016. We’ll keep you posted very soon.

For those new to RB Beach Glass, this is how it works: the first photo shows the art that is hidden and the second photo is your clue as to where to hunt for it. As always, the art is free to whoever finds it – please just let us know as explained below.

Good luck, happy hunting and best wishes for the coming new year!

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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#59Another beach glass icicle by artist Alex Danford-Rincon hidden in Richmond Beach. RB Beach Glass #59 is at right with its clue photo below.

This is another way too easy clue!

Alex’s icicles are made of beach glass he finds along the Richmond Beach shores of Puget Sound. Though they were new to RB Beach Glass last year, he’s been making them as holiday gifts for family and friends for years. His list has grown so large, he starts making icicles in the summer.

More icicles and another painting are going into hiding this week so stay alert. At the end of this year, expect an announcement about plans for next year’s hidden art project.

For those new to RB Beach Glass, this is how it works: the first photo shows the art that is hidden and the second photo is your clue as to where to hunt for it. As always, the art is free to whoever finds it – please just let us know as explained below.

Good luck and 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,#59 clue 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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#57 clue

The RB Beach Glass icicle hunt continues this week with two more beach glass creations by artist Alex Danford-Rincon hidden in Richmond Beach. RB Beach Glass #57 is to the right with its clue photo next to it. RB Beach Glass #58 is below with its clue.

These clues are just too easy so don’t expect the next few to last long in the wild!

Alex’s icicles are made of beach glass he finds along the Richmond Beach shores of Puget Sound. Though they were new to RB Beach Glass last year, he’s been making them as holiday gifts for family and friends for years. His list has grown so large, he starts making icicles in the summer.

More icicles and another painting are to be hidden this week depending on how fast the ones posted are found. At the end of this year, expect an announcement about plans for next year’s hidden art project.

For those new to RB Beach Glass, this is how it works: the first photo shows the art that is hidden and the second photo is your clue as to where to hunt for it. As always, the art is free to whoever finds it – please just let us know as explained below.

Good luck and happy hunting!

Did you find RB Beach Glass hidden art?
#58 clue
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.

#62Following the winter and holiday theme, the next hidden art — #62 RB Beach Glass — is a small framed snowman painting by Susan Will. The original is a pastel painting on black sandpaper. Waiting for the next successful hunter is a framed print with ink and color pencil details added. Susan works in a wide variety of media, but has specialized in pastels for the past 25 years and has been featured in juried shows, galleries and private collections along the west coast.

Susan started RB Beach Glass three years ago when Richmond Beach Community Association agreed to sponsor it as a community activity. Contributing artists are invited and welcome to participate by donating work to be hidden.

If you are new to RB Beach Glass, this is how it works: the first pictures shows the art to search for the and second picture is a clue of where to look. If you find the art, please report it found as described below.

#62 clueDid 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.



The#55 RB Beach Glass icicle hunt continues with two more by artist Alex Danford-Rincon waiting to be found. At right #55 clueis #55 with it’s hiding spot clue next to it. Below is #56.

Alex’s icicles are made of beach glass he finds along the Richmond Beach shores of Puget Sound. Though they were new to RB Beach Glass last year, he’s been making them as holiday gifts for family and friends for years. His list has grown so large, he starts making icicles in the summer!

For those new to RB Beach Glass, this is how it works: the first photo shows the art that is hidden and the second photo is your clue as to where to hunt for it. As always, the art is free to whoever finds it – please just let us know as explained below. Good luck and happy hunting!

#56#56 clueDid 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.

12351116_1237475932947558_108084316_nThough icicle weather may not have hit Richmond Beach yet, the first in a series of beach glass icicles by Alex Danford-Rincon is waiting to be found as #54 RB Beach Glass. Eminently more collectible than those they represent, Alex’s icicles made a big splash at last year’s Kruckeberg Botanic Garden Solstice Stroll. With that event on hold this year, Alex plans to hide around 10 icicles throughout Richmond Beach during the rest of December.

Alex’s icicles are made of beach glass he finds along the Richmond Beach shores of Puget Sound. Though they were new to RB Beach Glass last year, he’s been making them as holiday gifts for family and friends for years. His list has grown so large, he starts making icicles in the summer!

For those new to RB Beach Glass, this is how it works: the first photo shows the art that is hidden and the second photo is your clue as to where to hunt for it. As always, the art is free to whoever finds it – please just let us know as explained below. Good luck and happy hunting!

Did you find RB Beach Glass hidden art?

12346770_1237029349658883_1579367284_nPlease 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.

12055240_1200195200008965_1123186399_oGlass artist Alex Danford-Rincon’s latest RB Beach Glass submission incorporates new but familiar seaside finds: shells!

RB Beach Glass #53 is the first in hiding since the season turned to fall. It’s actually been waiting in a spot no one has stumbled across for much longer than planned, proof of the value of the hiding spot clue photo. As with all his creations, Alex’s shell wind chime is made of beach glass he finds along the Richmond Beach shores of Puget Sound. RB Beach Glass art is always free to whoever finds it – please just let us know as explained below. Good luck and happy hunting!

12032579_1200195340008951_653702046_nDid 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.

#52Despite fall-like weather storming our shores, RB Beach Glass continues through the remaining days of summer and into fall. Last year the final art was hidden for the winter solstice celebration at the Kruckeberg Botanic Garden so as long as artists and seekers are interested surprises will continue to be hidden.

RB Beach Glass #52 will help the intrepid finder welcome coming storms. Alex Danford-Rincon’s multicolored beach glass wind chime is not just beautiful to behold. “Two neat things about that single piece of green glass hanging lower than the group,” Alex explains. “Firstly, it has ‘Duraglass’ stamped into it! Secondly, it catches even the slightest breeze and causes the whole thing to move, setting off the clinks and tinkles.”

As with all his creations, Alex’s light catcher is made of beach glass he finds along the Richmond Beach shores of Puget Sound. As always, the art is free to whoever finds it – please just let us know as explained below. This might be a tricky one, Beach Glass Hunters. Good luck and happy hunting!

#52 clueDid 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.

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.

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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