I've been inspired by other artists who have created something and hid it, tucked away to be found and appreciated by others. Josh Simpson hides "glass planets" all over the world for people. https://www.megaplanet.com/the-infinity-project/
Eben Horton created "The Glass Float Project", hundreds of glass floats are hidden on the many walking trails of Block Island. http://www.blockislandinfo.com/glass-float-project/
I like making these KeyStones and tucking them in to places for others to notice unexpectedly. The "finders" are curious then inspired to consider what this key might open or start or do. Hiding tiny treasures is one way I can share optimism. Would you like a box of 11 KeyStones? Ten for you to hide and one for you to keep, donation suggested.
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Lenore Lyons is passionate about igniting the spark that happens when people think creatively and get big ideas. There is something about riffling through a large tray of keys that encourages people of all ages to think about possibilities for their life and their loved ones.