From Nicole Myers;
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The “Art Rock” I left at the State Fish Pier last week has been found. Thanks for the Email Wilmarie.
I found an ArtRock!! So excited to have one of your beautiful rocks, Im from Havervill, but Ive been wanting one of those since I started to be a big fan of GMG. I went to the State Fish Pier and happens that Gloucester not only let me enjoy the beautiful view, but gave me a beautiful reminder of a great day! Now is part of my Glosta collection.
Feel so lucky!
From Leslie Heffron;
“Hi Paul –
It’s our lucky day- finally my golden retriever and I found your rock!! I love the rock!!! I’m so excited to have a little piece of Gloucester over here in Pigeon Cove. Mango’s still talking about it!”
Art Rock somewhere on the Harbor Walk
9/14/2013 Approximate time 11:30am
Look for a live blog photo of location around that time.
When the mood hits.
left at 3:10 2/20/13
Missing. One Rock
I stopped at GHB Saturday at about 7:30am and decided to create and leave an “Art, Rock” before the storm rolled in. I stopped by Joey’s Dock after and he posted the photos. I also ran into Ed Collard later in the day. Ed is known for scooping up the rocks. He denied taking it but said he knew who did.
SO ED WHO DID?
Direct Hit! The Dangers of Parking at The State Fish Pier
Another “Art Rock” found 6/24/2012
The Email from JP;
“Hey, I found your rock today. I really love it man, its my favorite rock.
Most “Art Rocks” are not posted on GMG. You have to stumble upon them most times. Not all that are left and found are reported back into headquarters. :)
“State Fish Pier View”
There’s No Flies On Carol Mondello! She saw the post on her GMG Facebook Feed and shot up, brushed her teeth and headed straight for Good Harbor Beach. Right to the spot where Paulie Walnuts left his Art Rock!
Her was the post yesterday morning at 7:25AM-
It’s Out There. Go get It! Oh and If You Bring It To the Dock (95 East Main St) This Morning Before 9AM I’ll Give You A Brand new 2011 Run Gloucester T Shirt
and in she walked, passing by Paul as he left the dock and into my office to claim her new t-shirt
Carol could you write in the course of events and fill in the timeline from when you saw the post in your Facebook feed to the timeline of when you actually found the Art Rock and if anyone else was there when you claimed it?
ArtsMap.com is a great Artists and Collectors resource.
Check out the Cape Ann Arts Map.
Here are just a few of the listings from Rocky Neck.
Did You Know? “Art, Rocks!” Rocky Neck Tonight 7pm!
The Rock is now ready to be found. Do you know where it is? Can you find it?
The Location! Easy Enough?
My elbow is getting better and I can actually Draw again.
For those interested I will be dropping off an “Art, Rock!”
TONIGHT AT EXACTLY 6pm
It will be an Easy to get to Location.
I will post a photo of it’s location at 6pm right here on GoodMorningGloucester
Didn’t even have to go fishin around for it
Check out Debbie’s Blog- http://debbieclarke.blogspot.com/
Meet Will Toppan, The Owner of the last “Art, Rock’s!” Rock.
Will and his Dad found that Rock in record time. I received an email within an hour after it was posted on GMG.
Here’s the email I received from Will and bill;
thank you, my son has been on a mission to find one. You have made his day. Words can’t describe his expression upon finding it. You have a special following, please continue, I’m sure more smiles will follow.
Bill and Will Toppan
Thanks to my Son Chris for dropping off the “Art, Rock” this morning. At this moment he’s watching the time on His Ipod. At exactly 10am He will release the Rock where he was instructed to do so. Here are a few Photos. Sorry about the out of focus Rock photo. It’s hard doing things with only your left hand when your right handed.
I wanted to see if using Twitter for This “Art, Rocks!” thing would work. It did. Here’s the email I received;
I found the “Art, Rocks” at Good Harbor Beach. Nice sketch. I have to admit that I must have walked by it 2 or 3 times (I went across the street to look right after your tweet that you left one). The photo clue was what did it…I have been back and forth enough times on my first venture to have pretty much memorized the rocks along the sidewalk :-))).