Free Art Friday

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(Emily Rose BennettStaff) Three wooden Bigfoots painted by local artists, wait to be hidden in downtown Augusta for Free Art Friday, a national event in which art is left out on the streets for people to claim. Eight Bigfoots in total were hidden in the downtown area.
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(Emily Rose BennettStaff) Local artists Brian McGrath, left, Chris Murry, Jay Jacobs, and Ron Vaz gather on Broad Street before hiding their original painted wooden cutouts of Bigfoot for the first Free Art Friday in Augusta on Friday, March 1, 2013. Free Art Friday is a national event in which art is left out on the streets for people to claim. Eight Bigfoots in total were hidden in the downtown area.
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It was Free Art Friday on Friday, March 1, 2013 in Augusta, Georgia. Sara Caldwellstaff
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"Teen Wolf" Bigfoot looks out on Broad Street from his perch on the Soul Bar window ledge in downtown Augusta. Local artists painted 8 cutouts of Bigfoot and hid them about town for First Friday crowds to find during the inaugural Free Art Friday Augusta March 1, 2013. Free Art Friday taps into a worldwide free art movement as a scavenger hunt to find free, original art left by the artist in public places. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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(Emily Rose BennettStaff) Artist Ron Vaz signs his Bigfoot painting before hiding it in downtown Augusta as part of Free Art Friday on March 1, 2013.
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(Emily Rose BennettStaff) A wooden Sasquatch painted by local artist Chris Murry waits to be found in a hidden spot in downtown Augusta as part of Free Art Friday on March 1, 2013.
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(Emily Rose BennettStaff) Local artist Chris Murry puts the finishing touches on a Bigfoot cutout before hiding it in downtown Augusta as part of Free Art Friday on March 1, 2013.
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(Emily Rose BennettStaff) A wooden Sasquatch painted by Lydia Mitchell sits in its hiding spot as part of the first Free Art Friday in Augusta on Friday, March 1, 2013. Free Art Friday is a national event in which art is left out on the streets for people to claim. Eight Bigfoots in total were hidden in the downtown area.
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(Emily Rose BennettStaff) A Bigfoot painted by local artist Ron Vaz sits in it's hiding place in downtown Augusta as part of Free Art Friday on March 1, 2013. Eight pieces of art were placed in hiding spots in various downtown locations.
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(Emily Rose BennettStaff) Artist Jay Jacobs hides a scuba-themed wood cut-out Bigfoot for the first Free Art Friday in Augusta on Friday, March 1, 2013. Free Art Friday is a national event in which art is left out on the streets for people to claim. Eight Bigfoots in total were hidden in the downtown area.
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