"A Day at the Beach"
When Angie Dixon heard I was showing installation art,
she called me and told me that she had something to say that
she had been thinking about for some time.
She was thoroughly annoyed with the way people, and especially smokers,
left the many public beaches in our area.
So she came to my gallery with several tons of sand,
a great many 'hand rolled' cigarettes in various sizes,
several gallon jars full of smoked cigarettes collected from her favorite pub,
and two papier mache crows, one of which would lay dead,
feet up, for the duration, and turned my gallery into a very littered beach.
My cat, by the way, knew exactly what to do with the sand!