I started the (no name) Art Group over 15 years ago. We like to consider ourselves as "artists making a difference" through creative exhibitions. Our latest project, (no name) ROCKS!, is simple. Design a rock, put some love into it, and leave it in a public space for a stranger. Any artist at any skill level or age can easily participate. Not only is this a fun project, but a fulfilling one. It teaches us the true meaning of giving and the art of letting go – particularly useful during the holiday season. We also love our mother earth, so a zero waste exhibition with nature as the canvas seems pretty perfect. Our website is on the bottom of each rock, so if found someone can easily learn our story and contact us.


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YOU CAN BE A ROCK STAR TOO! We’re happy to take new art rocks anytime! We’ll add your images and you can be part of our growing gallery. 

More info: nonamerocks.com

#2 Rock Found In New York!

Rock Found In New York!

This rock was created by young artist Gabriel and left at the Park, Soldiers & Sailors monument in New York. It was found by Colin and friends who found our website on the bottom and sent us a message!

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Veronique Anketier 6 months ago

I love that it was found by these children. Look at their faces, they look so happy. Now take good care of Rocky the bear ;-)

#3 Mandala Rock Left At New York Subway Station's "Therapy Wall"

Mandala Rock Left At New York Subway Station's "Therapy Wall"

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Kira Thesloth 6 months ago

I really hope they sprayed a protective coat on this one! It is so pretty!

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#5 Left At Emerald Beach In Australia

Left At Emerald Beach In Australia

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Hannah Hollowell 6 months ago

This satisfied my inner perfectionism;p

#8 Left At The Magic Gardens In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Left At The Magic Gardens In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

This anonymous artist was inspired by The Legend of Mariposa Azul and the wish that all people are able to seek and land on the peace tree.

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#9 Left At Cemetary In Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

Left At Cemetary In Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

Artist Dee Collins says: "I placed it here so someone who was feeling sad might smile when they found it."

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