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I Collect Rocks, Paint Eyes On Them And Return Them To The Landscape To Be Found Or Lost Forever (10 Pics)
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I Collect Rocks, Paint Eyes On Them And Return Them To The Landscape To Be Found Or Lost Forever (10 Pics)

On a recent residency with Q Bank Gallery in Queenstown, Tasmania I began a project of transforming collected rocks into painted eyes and returning them to the landscape to be found or lost forever.

Queenstown has an extensive mining history and there were many unusual rocks everywhere. So I began a collection and what started as something for myself grew into a treasure hunt/community art project.

More info: jenniferallnutt.com

 

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Teresa Taylor
Community Member
3 years ago

Imagine being drunk or stoned and coming across one of these things!

DemPugs
Community Member
3 years ago

Hahahaha...stoned...

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Carrie de Luka
Community Member
3 years ago

Creepy but fanatastic! In my village the local school children paint hand-sized stones and hide them in various locations. If you find one you take a photo of it, post the pic on their facebook site and there hide it again for someone else. I've not actually taken part by I do occasionally see the painted stones and think it's rather sweet.

Ian Leong
Community Member
3 years ago

Local school children? Don't you mean pupils? Sorry the jokes get cornea and cornea

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Monty Glue
Community Member
3 years ago

Eye think eye get it. but eye am not certain.

Benderong
Community Member
3 years ago

You're too stoned to get it.

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MidgetDogg
Community Member
3 years ago

I'm sorry - this creeps me out. I hate it. But the skill is great

Kourtney Tente
Community Member
3 years ago

“The hills are al(eye)ve with sound of music....”

Agnes Pethes
Community Member
3 years ago

I consider nature beautiful and perfect. I'm not entirely happy to see this "movement" (I"m sure, thousands of people will copy it). I don't like the rock and stone towers all around as well. I go to hike, walk to the woods, the shores, the mountains because of the "plain" beauty. I just don't want to see anything made by humans. I'm also a bit concerned about the paint... So maybe I'm the only one who's not a fan. Do it girl, just please don't spread around in the nature.

Andrea Gaia
Community Member
3 years ago

so..your point is you dont like Art in nature? However life imitates art and nature! Everywhere you go nature depicts something, a stick on a log could look like an object. Depends how you perceive anything you come across but I think this is fun and brilliant idea, and personally I see the amazing artist in this. You go girl! I will keep an eye out from now on!!

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citcat
Community Member
3 years ago

When you can only draw one thing.....

Madryk Nobyle
Community Member
3 years ago

*paint also check her out before you "call" her out on her ability to PAINT!

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Rosemary Pelan
Community Member
3 years ago

The paintings are so life like...If I were out for an evening stroll and happen to come across one of those stones, I would have to change my pants! 🤣😂

DancingToMyself
Community Member
3 years ago

I love the idea, and mad skills. But I'm somehow sorry for her trouble -why she's not putting her logo on it, or something.

The Chopstick
Community Member
3 years ago

Realizing i found one of these but didnt take it because i thought it was a magazine clipping*

Sandra Montgomery
Community Member
3 years ago

That's just weird. And I feel sorry for any little kids that come across one....nightmares for weeks. Glad they're not around here.

Dione Gardner
Community Member
3 years ago

WTF!!?? This is stupid as well as horrible! Leave nature alone!! If I saw one of those while hiking, I'd have a stroke!!

Sue Knerl
Community Member
3 years ago

I think those are pretty creepy looking back at you.

Terry T.
Community Member
3 years ago

Weird hobby....

Monika Soffronow
Community Member
3 years ago

I am in love with this idea. The eyes are really well painted, too, and they look as though they have been brokrn off from another work of art. The big ones must then correspond to a colossal stone-painting.

Sunzilla
Community Member
3 years ago

You just like freaking people out. If I'm ever scared out of my wits one night, I'll know who to blame! Excellent artwork though. What kind of paint do you use?

SnowWolf
Community Member
3 years ago

But why?

Whiterain25 furry
Community Member
3 years ago

terrifying! worried that if you return them, wont the paint get scraped off? ,'D

Robert Oswald
Community Member
2 years ago

really cool idea, someone just sent me this article, I recently moved to the beach in Ventura California and the first day I was there I noticed all of these stones and almost no sand on one part of the beach very flat stones, I started drawing spirals on stones, edge of the ocean for others to find, whenever I walk the beach now I draw about 5 or 6 and imagine kids finding them and wondering if they were made by Native Americans a long time ago.

Brutus Boxer
Community Member
2 years ago

You really need a life.

Brutus Boxer
Community Member
2 years ago

You need a life.

Kirsten Preston
Community Member
2 years ago

Love these and the concept of returning the stones to where they were found. Just brilliant!

jkevinga
Community Member
1 year ago

Kirsten Preston ?

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Gregory D. Teed
Community Member
2 years ago

She needs food.

Ranjita Otentic
Community Member
2 years ago

I have done that too,painting stones with eyes, and more,i call it stoned art,hahahah

Jacobo Guzmán
Community Member
2 years ago

if eye found one of these i would've been collecting the shit outta them.

Carol Ann
Community Member
2 years ago

I have friends that paint smiley faces, flowers, and, the ocean on rocks and return them to the wild for other collectors to find. Eyes are kind of strange. Just my opinion, yep I have one!

David Christianson
Community Member
3 years ago

If i have a rock that id like painted can this happen?

Cynthia Moyer
Community Member
3 years ago

Kind of weird concept, but a very talented artist.

Kathy Tickell
Community Member
3 years ago

She is a very good artist. Can you imagine theses rocks outside of an eye Dr.'s office or home? 😊

John Coffman
Community Member
3 years ago

Just one nose is all I ask. Do it for Gogol if nothing else.

John Coffman
Community Member
3 years ago

Just one nose is all I ask...

Sheryl Dillberg-Webb
Community Member
3 years ago

Whoa! That would scare me if I was out in the woods. These are so life-like. Great artist.

Meg Johnson
Community Member
3 years ago

Hi Jennifer, I love your rock art and want to know if you sell them? I''m also interested to know if you use acrylic or oils as I'd like to know if your rock art paintings survive the elements long term. Meg

See Say
Community Member
3 years ago

Why do people have to infest their presence everywhere? Leave nature alone.

See Say
Community Member
3 years ago

Why do people always feel like infesting their presence everywhere? Leave nature alone.

Darja Holm
Community Member
3 years ago

Your eyes look lifelike! So amazing!

Darja Holm
Community Member
3 years ago

so amazing! I'd love to find one now that i know what it's about but I have to say if I didnt knew, I'd probably freak out and would be scared to take it with me :)

Grace Wiebe
Community Member
3 years ago

Creepy.

Karen Gails-Sister
Community Member
3 years ago

They are great, I wish I was that talented. My garden would be full of them xx

THEPS
Community Member
3 years ago

yeahhh stop doing that.

Mackenzie Morgan
Community Member
3 years ago

NOOO leave no trace!!!

Patricia Gibson-Williams
Community Member
3 years ago

Those are amazing! I would love to have one (or 2) of these in the Butterfly (memory) Garden that we are creating. Guess there is zero chance of me coming across one here in Cut and Shoot Texas. :P Makes me wish again that I could paint. I certainly have plenty of rocks for it. Just no artistic talent for that sort of thing.

Josephine Russo
Community Member
3 years ago

Where do I get one for my garden?

Josephine Russo
Community Member
3 years ago

Where do I get one or five for my garden?

Amy Everett
Community Member
3 years ago

Very strange obsession... a little creepy, but cool... imagine to fine one of these and think??? WTH???

Simon Howe
Community Member
3 years ago

What's in your paint? Is is just chalk, or is it microplastics and other synthetic compounds you are putting out there into the environment? Is this a well considered, thought through, and valid art project? or is it environmental graffiti and vandalism. If they are rocks from your own collection (ie. taken from sites other than the site in which they are placed) then it can be considered as littering.

Slune
Community Member
3 years ago

Just telling xo, from eye to eye, that's gorgeous !

Igor Os
Community Member
3 years ago

I just throw rocks in the water. Less effort - bigger splash.

Joalla Westervelt
Community Member
3 years ago

I think it is really cool. Pretty neat talent as they look so realistic..

Stanley Jetson
Community Member
3 years ago

I would like to see more pics of the artist, she looks hottish.

Gary Lee InOzark
Community Member
3 years ago

Thats cool and all but keep it in you yard and out of our woods. We have a hard enough time collecting peoples trash with out you adding to it.

Colin Bayler
Community Member
3 years ago

Kinda cool, kinda creepy.

Celtic Pirate Queen
Community Member
3 years ago

Huh. What an odd thing to do. It's hilarious, but totally odd.

Niamh Edmunds
Community Member
3 years ago

If I was walking to school or something and cane across one of these I would run faster than ever before- they're so realistically creepy!!

Ash Kirch
Community Member
3 years ago

Lovely.

Sarah Ngakaari Hammond
Community Member
3 years ago

I might bring this up as something to do in Art Class if the OP doesn't mind, which I'm pretty sure they won't. :-)

Ayasophya Alturas
Community Member
3 years ago

imagine a random kid inding one of these

Terria Luttrell
Community Member
3 years ago

I don't like them. Creepy and not natural. Just sell them yourself.

Tabar
Community Member
3 years ago

What a sick, twisted person. I think I'm in love.

Roberto Durante
Community Member
3 years ago

wow this is great

Pokemon sa
Community Member
3 years ago

Worst article ever

Jim Couch
Community Member
3 years ago

This is so wrong. It is destruction of the natural setting and denys the rest of humanity the right to enjoy nature without your narcissistic scribble all over it. When I find something like this in nature I destroy it and scatter it as much as possible.

Shelly Phelps
Community Member
3 years ago

Wow, that's a little harsh

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Nona Bgo
Community Member
3 years ago

Creepy.

John Bennick
Community Member
3 years ago

I think they're incredible and I'd love to have a bunch of them.

Ron Moose Casey
Community Member
3 years ago

beautiful; it feels sacred somehow..

Maureen Winterhager
Community Member
3 years ago

LEAVE THE ROCKS ALONE!! Under each of them is a mini biotope! You are destroying life by removing those rocks. Ask any naturalist..... leave nature alone..... It does not need your "artistic" enhancement!

Andrea Gaia
Community Member
3 years ago

Nature is watching you!! are you Be having!!!???

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Lori Klassen
Community Member
3 years ago

This is awsome!

Zulma Ruiz
Community Member
3 years ago

Beautiful work!!

TheExtremeSmell
Community Member
3 years ago

This is really cool until the eye gauger serial killer walks by and starts getting all worked up and trying to find his keys in his pocket for five minutes

wusah
Community Member
3 years ago

Sooooo cooool

KCN
Community Member
3 years ago

I think it's wonderful, but perhaps he could paint eyes that are brown or green, and skin that is brown or tan. Eyes with an epicanthic fold would be good too. Diversity!

John Fasano
Community Member
3 years ago

That's weird... one time I was walking in the forest looked down and saw a white rock in the path that had the perfect shape of the side of a persons face with cheek bones, eye brow and an eye looking at me. I picked it up and kept it for years... I called it the "Eye Rock"; then it started winking at me so I got rid of it.

Zülfikar Yücesoy
Community Member
3 years ago

great

Julio Sahagún Sánchez
Community Member
3 years ago

We have a similar project. :D https://www.facebook.com/asteroides9683 51454241_2...b8eee8.jpg 51454241_2052795475017752_5006559809768521728_n-5cf59a7b8eee8.jpg

kkfran
Community Member
3 years ago

I remember in high school, one of our art project is to paint a rock. This could have been a nice idea. The eye/s look so creepily real.

Pretty Pangolin
Community Member
3 years ago

I would get a canvas and paint a picture of a rock. Might get a failing grade, though. Depends on the teacher.

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Just Curious
Community Member
3 years ago

Creepy deepy. I want that huge one.

Amina Hays
Community Member
3 years ago

They're very beautiful but if I were to come across one in the dark, I'd crap my proverbial pants.

MissNik
Community Member
3 years ago

I went to Queenstown in Tassie when I was a teenager. I was blown away by the difference between the lush greenness of the majority of Tassie and the scorched earth look of Queenstown! Entire mountainsides stripped of every living thing. Looked like a mountainous version of the Mad Max set! I’ve heard that there’s a current revegetation project that’s slowly reviving the area but, I don’t know if they’ll ever be able to completely fix it.

Marie Cohydon
Community Member
3 years ago

Brillant ! I love it, good idea Jennifer

Jace
Community Member
3 years ago

Cool. Great way to practice painting eyes.

Kelly Vickers
Community Member
3 years ago

Eyes are my favourite things to draw and paint and these are beautiful. Love the idea of walking in the bush and coming across one of these.

Von
Community Member
3 years ago

Pretty darn cool if you ask me!

Skye Ramadge
Community Member
3 years ago

Wowza

Trash Panda
Community Member
3 years ago

I love everything about this!

Janice Hicks
Community Member
3 years ago

Creepy, but I love this! I would love to have one painted for my garden of flowers.

wacky jack 100
Community Member
3 years ago

This brings true meaning to the walls have eyes

Pandola
Community Member
3 years ago

she is very talented...I love these eyes...

Eiram Anel
Community Member
3 years ago

the hills have eyes

Maryen Kelly
Community Member
3 years ago

I would be terrified if I found one.

Gary Lee InOzark
Community Member
3 years ago

Thats cool and all but keep it in your yard and out of our woods. We have a hard enough time collecting peoples trash in the forests without you adding to the problem.

Brigitta Swart
Community Member
3 years ago

This comment is hidden. Click here to view.

Why? Leave nature in its naturally beautiful form

Full Name
Community Member
3 years ago

We're sorry that a few painted rocks, out of hundreds of millions upsets you. I guess you and the artist don't see eye to eye ;-P

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Teresa Taylor
Community Member
3 years ago

Imagine being drunk or stoned and coming across one of these things!

DemPugs
Community Member
3 years ago

Hahahaha...stoned...

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Carrie de Luka
Community Member
3 years ago

Creepy but fanatastic! In my village the local school children paint hand-sized stones and hide them in various locations. If you find one you take a photo of it, post the pic on their facebook site and there hide it again for someone else. I've not actually taken part by I do occasionally see the painted stones and think it's rather sweet.

Ian Leong
Community Member
3 years ago

Local school children? Don't you mean pupils? Sorry the jokes get cornea and cornea

Load More Replies...
Monty Glue
Community Member
3 years ago

Eye think eye get it. but eye am not certain.

Benderong
Community Member
3 years ago

You're too stoned to get it.

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MidgetDogg
Community Member
3 years ago

I'm sorry - this creeps me out. I hate it. But the skill is great

Kourtney Tente
Community Member
3 years ago

“The hills are al(eye)ve with sound of music....”

Agnes Pethes
Community Member
3 years ago

I consider nature beautiful and perfect. I'm not entirely happy to see this "movement" (I"m sure, thousands of people will copy it). I don't like the rock and stone towers all around as well. I go to hike, walk to the woods, the shores, the mountains because of the "plain" beauty. I just don't want to see anything made by humans. I'm also a bit concerned about the paint... So maybe I'm the only one who's not a fan. Do it girl, just please don't spread around in the nature.

Andrea Gaia
Community Member
3 years ago

so..your point is you dont like Art in nature? However life imitates art and nature! Everywhere you go nature depicts something, a stick on a log could look like an object. Depends how you perceive anything you come across but I think this is fun and brilliant idea, and personally I see the amazing artist in this. You go girl! I will keep an eye out from now on!!

Load More Replies...
citcat
Community Member
3 years ago

When you can only draw one thing.....

Madryk Nobyle
Community Member
3 years ago

*paint also check her out before you "call" her out on her ability to PAINT!

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Rosemary Pelan
Community Member
3 years ago

The paintings are so life like...If I were out for an evening stroll and happen to come across one of those stones, I would have to change my pants! 🤣😂

DancingToMyself
Community Member
3 years ago

I love the idea, and mad skills. But I'm somehow sorry for her trouble -why she's not putting her logo on it, or something.

The Chopstick
Community Member
3 years ago

Realizing i found one of these but didnt take it because i thought it was a magazine clipping*

Sandra Montgomery
Community Member
3 years ago

That's just weird. And I feel sorry for any little kids that come across one....nightmares for weeks. Glad they're not around here.

Dione Gardner
Community Member
3 years ago

WTF!!?? This is stupid as well as horrible! Leave nature alone!! If I saw one of those while hiking, I'd have a stroke!!

Sue Knerl
Community Member
3 years ago

I think those are pretty creepy looking back at you.

Terry T.
Community Member
3 years ago

Weird hobby....

Monika Soffronow
Community Member
3 years ago

I am in love with this idea. The eyes are really well painted, too, and they look as though they have been brokrn off from another work of art. The big ones must then correspond to a colossal stone-painting.

Sunzilla
Community Member
3 years ago

You just like freaking people out. If I'm ever scared out of my wits one night, I'll know who to blame! Excellent artwork though. What kind of paint do you use?

SnowWolf
Community Member
3 years ago

But why?

Whiterain25 furry
Community Member
3 years ago

terrifying! worried that if you return them, wont the paint get scraped off? ,'D

Robert Oswald
Community Member
2 years ago

really cool idea, someone just sent me this article, I recently moved to the beach in Ventura California and the first day I was there I noticed all of these stones and almost no sand on one part of the beach very flat stones, I started drawing spirals on stones, edge of the ocean for others to find, whenever I walk the beach now I draw about 5 or 6 and imagine kids finding them and wondering if they were made by Native Americans a long time ago.

Brutus Boxer
Community Member
2 years ago

You really need a life.

Brutus Boxer
Community Member
2 years ago

You need a life.

Kirsten Preston
Community Member
2 years ago

Love these and the concept of returning the stones to where they were found. Just brilliant!

jkevinga
Community Member
1 year ago

Kirsten Preston ?

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Gregory D. Teed
Community Member
2 years ago

She needs food.

Ranjita Otentic
Community Member
2 years ago

I have done that too,painting stones with eyes, and more,i call it stoned art,hahahah

Jacobo Guzmán
Community Member
2 years ago

if eye found one of these i would've been collecting the shit outta them.

Carol Ann
Community Member
2 years ago

I have friends that paint smiley faces, flowers, and, the ocean on rocks and return them to the wild for other collectors to find. Eyes are kind of strange. Just my opinion, yep I have one!

David Christianson
Community Member
3 years ago

If i have a rock that id like painted can this happen?

Cynthia Moyer
Community Member
3 years ago

Kind of weird concept, but a very talented artist.

Kathy Tickell
Community Member
3 years ago

She is a very good artist. Can you imagine theses rocks outside of an eye Dr.'s office or home? 😊

John Coffman
Community Member
3 years ago

Just one nose is all I ask. Do it for Gogol if nothing else.

John Coffman
Community Member
3 years ago

Just one nose is all I ask...

Sheryl Dillberg-Webb
Community Member
3 years ago

Whoa! That would scare me if I was out in the woods. These are so life-like. Great artist.

Meg Johnson
Community Member
3 years ago

Hi Jennifer, I love your rock art and want to know if you sell them? I''m also interested to know if you use acrylic or oils as I'd like to know if your rock art paintings survive the elements long term. Meg

See Say
Community Member
3 years ago

Why do people have to infest their presence everywhere? Leave nature alone.

See Say
Community Member
3 years ago

Why do people always feel like infesting their presence everywhere? Leave nature alone.

Darja Holm
Community Member
3 years ago

Your eyes look lifelike! So amazing!

Darja Holm
Community Member
3 years ago

so amazing! I'd love to find one now that i know what it's about but I have to say if I didnt knew, I'd probably freak out and would be scared to take it with me :)

Grace Wiebe
Community Member
3 years ago

Creepy.

Karen Gails-Sister
Community Member
3 years ago

They are great, I wish I was that talented. My garden would be full of them xx

THEPS
Community Member
3 years ago

yeahhh stop doing that.

Mackenzie Morgan
Community Member
3 years ago

NOOO leave no trace!!!

Patricia Gibson-Williams
Community Member
3 years ago

Those are amazing! I would love to have one (or 2) of these in the Butterfly (memory) Garden that we are creating. Guess there is zero chance of me coming across one here in Cut and Shoot Texas. :P Makes me wish again that I could paint. I certainly have plenty of rocks for it. Just no artistic talent for that sort of thing.

Josephine Russo
Community Member
3 years ago

Where do I get one for my garden?

Josephine Russo
Community Member
3 years ago

Where do I get one or five for my garden?

Amy Everett
Community Member
3 years ago

Very strange obsession... a little creepy, but cool... imagine to fine one of these and think??? WTH???

Simon Howe
Community Member
3 years ago

What's in your paint? Is is just chalk, or is it microplastics and other synthetic compounds you are putting out there into the environment? Is this a well considered, thought through, and valid art project? or is it environmental graffiti and vandalism. If they are rocks from your own collection (ie. taken from sites other than the site in which they are placed) then it can be considered as littering.

Slune
Community Member
3 years ago

Just telling xo, from eye to eye, that's gorgeous !

Igor Os
Community Member
3 years ago

I just throw rocks in the water. Less effort - bigger splash.

Joalla Westervelt
Community Member
3 years ago

I think it is really cool. Pretty neat talent as they look so realistic..

Stanley Jetson
Community Member
3 years ago

I would like to see more pics of the artist, she looks hottish.

Gary Lee InOzark
Community Member
3 years ago

Thats cool and all but keep it in you yard and out of our woods. We have a hard enough time collecting peoples trash with out you adding to it.

Colin Bayler
Community Member
3 years ago

Kinda cool, kinda creepy.

Celtic Pirate Queen
Community Member
3 years ago

Huh. What an odd thing to do. It's hilarious, but totally odd.

Niamh Edmunds
Community Member
3 years ago

If I was walking to school or something and cane across one of these I would run faster than ever before- they're so realistically creepy!!

Ash Kirch
Community Member
3 years ago

Lovely.

Sarah Ngakaari Hammond
Community Member
3 years ago

I might bring this up as something to do in Art Class if the OP doesn't mind, which I'm pretty sure they won't. :-)

Ayasophya Alturas
Community Member
3 years ago

imagine a random kid inding one of these

Terria Luttrell
Community Member
3 years ago

I don't like them. Creepy and not natural. Just sell them yourself.

Tabar
Community Member
3 years ago

What a sick, twisted person. I think I'm in love.

Roberto Durante
Community Member
3 years ago

wow this is great

Pokemon sa
Community Member
3 years ago

Worst article ever

Jim Couch
Community Member
3 years ago

This is so wrong. It is destruction of the natural setting and denys the rest of humanity the right to enjoy nature without your narcissistic scribble all over it. When I find something like this in nature I destroy it and scatter it as much as possible.

Shelly Phelps
Community Member
3 years ago

Wow, that's a little harsh

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Nona Bgo
Community Member
3 years ago

Creepy.

John Bennick
Community Member
3 years ago

I think they're incredible and I'd love to have a bunch of them.

Ron Moose Casey
Community Member
3 years ago

beautiful; it feels sacred somehow..

Maureen Winterhager
Community Member
3 years ago

LEAVE THE ROCKS ALONE!! Under each of them is a mini biotope! You are destroying life by removing those rocks. Ask any naturalist..... leave nature alone..... It does not need your "artistic" enhancement!

Andrea Gaia
Community Member
3 years ago

Nature is watching you!! are you Be having!!!???

Load More Replies...
Lori Klassen
Community Member
3 years ago

This is awsome!

Zulma Ruiz
Community Member
3 years ago

Beautiful work!!

TheExtremeSmell
Community Member
3 years ago

This is really cool until the eye gauger serial killer walks by and starts getting all worked up and trying to find his keys in his pocket for five minutes

wusah
Community Member
3 years ago

Sooooo cooool

KCN
Community Member
3 years ago

I think it's wonderful, but perhaps he could paint eyes that are brown or green, and skin that is brown or tan. Eyes with an epicanthic fold would be good too. Diversity!

John Fasano
Community Member
3 years ago

That's weird... one time I was walking in the forest looked down and saw a white rock in the path that had the perfect shape of the side of a persons face with cheek bones, eye brow and an eye looking at me. I picked it up and kept it for years... I called it the "Eye Rock"; then it started winking at me so I got rid of it.

Zülfikar Yücesoy
Community Member
3 years ago

great

Julio Sahagún Sánchez
Community Member
3 years ago

We have a similar project. :D https://www.facebook.com/asteroides9683 51454241_2...b8eee8.jpg 51454241_2052795475017752_5006559809768521728_n-5cf59a7b8eee8.jpg

kkfran
Community Member
3 years ago

I remember in high school, one of our art project is to paint a rock. This could have been a nice idea. The eye/s look so creepily real.

Pretty Pangolin
Community Member
3 years ago

I would get a canvas and paint a picture of a rock. Might get a failing grade, though. Depends on the teacher.

Load More Replies...
Just Curious
Community Member
3 years ago

Creepy deepy. I want that huge one.

Amina Hays
Community Member
3 years ago

They're very beautiful but if I were to come across one in the dark, I'd crap my proverbial pants.

MissNik
Community Member
3 years ago

I went to Queenstown in Tassie when I was a teenager. I was blown away by the difference between the lush greenness of the majority of Tassie and the scorched earth look of Queenstown! Entire mountainsides stripped of every living thing. Looked like a mountainous version of the Mad Max set! I’ve heard that there’s a current revegetation project that’s slowly reviving the area but, I don’t know if they’ll ever be able to completely fix it.

Marie Cohydon
Community Member
3 years ago

Brillant ! I love it, good idea Jennifer

Jace
Community Member
3 years ago

Cool. Great way to practice painting eyes.

Kelly Vickers
Community Member
3 years ago

Eyes are my favourite things to draw and paint and these are beautiful. Love the idea of walking in the bush and coming across one of these.

Von
Community Member
3 years ago

Pretty darn cool if you ask me!

Skye Ramadge
Community Member
3 years ago

Wowza

Trash Panda
Community Member
3 years ago

I love everything about this!

Janice Hicks
Community Member
3 years ago

Creepy, but I love this! I would love to have one painted for my garden of flowers.

wacky jack 100
Community Member
3 years ago

This brings true meaning to the walls have eyes

Pandola
Community Member
3 years ago

she is very talented...I love these eyes...

Eiram Anel
Community Member
3 years ago

the hills have eyes

Maryen Kelly
Community Member
3 years ago

I would be terrified if I found one.

Gary Lee InOzark
Community Member
3 years ago

Thats cool and all but keep it in your yard and out of our woods. We have a hard enough time collecting peoples trash in the forests without you adding to the problem.

Brigitta Swart
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3 years ago

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Why? Leave nature in its naturally beautiful form

Full Name
Community Member
3 years ago

We're sorry that a few painted rocks, out of hundreds of millions upsets you. I guess you and the artist don't see eye to eye ;-P

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