Canvas Artwork Sidewalk Treasures Found

Canvas Artwork Sidewalk Treasures Found

Street Art by Unknown Artists

This post has been a year in the making ! Actual art literally found on the street ! Street Art

Vincent van Gogh Street Art

1) I found a Vincent van Gogh in a back alley. It’s signed and everything.
10/13/19

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Landscape Painting Street Art

2) A beautiful landscape painting was available for the taking. A book by Richard Branson and a broken vacuum cleaner could have been yours !
12/22/19

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VB Street Art

3) I actually considered taking this one. It looks like it’s signed by ‘VB’.
07/31/19

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Volcano Street Art

4) Pretty sure this one is sideways. It looks like it could be a volcano with a tree growing out of it.
10/06/19

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Big Eyes Street Art

5) A gem from 1968 ! A couple of broken dishes were also up for grabs. Is it a real ‘Big Eyes’ painting.
06/08/19

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Folk Street Art

6) Now this one also includes a mirror that frames the original art itself. It also has some local appeal because that is an actual bank on Queen Street.
09/01/19

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Memes Street Art

7) “do all things with love” on canvas ! Because if you aren’t doing it with love.. what are you doing ?
10/13/19

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Scissors Street Art

8) October was boon for ‘street art’. This looks like it might have come from someone’s bathroom. There’s an electrical extension cord as well as a rack included.
10/08/19

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Thrift Shop Street Art

9) I think these were for sale as they were outside of a thrift shop. I’m kinda digging the left one.
08/18/19

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Art Battle Street Art

10) The motherlode of ‘street art’ happened back in April. I found a huge batch of discarded paintings outside a respite centre from what looked like a recent Art Battle. Art Battle is where artists are given 20 minutes to create a painting and then the audience votes for a winner.

On their website they say “All the paintings are then auctioned off to the audience members. Any painting that doesn’t reach its minimum bid is destroyed with a chainsaw.”
It took a few days but they gradually disappeared from this spot.
04/16/19

Several street artists have participated in this event in the past.

This year Meghan Kehoe of MCK studio will be competing during the Artist Project.

As well as Anya Mielniczek

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It was so hard to chose just 10 for this series ! I was thinking of doing part 2 if this turns out to be popular !

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