The hunt is on for a free West Fraser painting, which the artist has graciously hidden in a tree in downtown’s French Quarter. The generous gesture is part of Fraser’s ongoing Painting in a Tree project, which he started in Cumberland Island, Ga. in 2009.

Whoever finds the painting gets to keep it — but that person is encouraged to make a donation to their favorite charity, organization, or school in return.

Here’s the front:


And here’s the back:


And don’t bother trespassing into any yards: The painting’s in a public place.

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