Thursday, May 6, 2010

bear suited... :(

























Just want to put this out there. I was unloading all my work outside the bernard shaw today and this piece was stolen sometime during the 2 minutes it was sitting outside. If anyone happens to see this anywhere can you please let me know? Its unlikely, but worth a try! Not the end of the world but still, I feel there's a little gap in my show. Just 'bear' it in mind ;)

Thanks guys!

11 comments:

emma rowe said...

total ass wipes, karma will "bear" it in mind

Damien said...

I wonder will it turn up in a convent somewhere in 30 years?

denise nestor said...

those nuns will have a lot of explaining to do damien haha. Thanks guys, I posted this in a moment of frustration. I can't really expect it to mean much to anyone else, but it really sucks, big time. I really do hope karma will "bear" it in mind emma ;)

巧生 said...

thank for share, it is very important . ̄︿ ̄

Ciaran.L said...

How bloody heartless. And I thought pictures were only ever stolen from dead people :(

Michelle said...

Well the bear faced cheek of some people! Seriously though I'm so sorry to hear that. People are bastards. I remember my laptop got stolen and what got me through it was karma...some good coming your way

Lucky Fish said...

"someone" must have really liked it and assumed it was very expensive :)

Jane O Sullivan said...

oh denise :(
f... them

Kathy O' Leary said...

Sorry to hear this Denise, we can't be too careful these days.
There's alot of desperate people out there with this recession business.
Do you have insurance?
Well they do have good taste as I really like this piece.

mr steve mccarthy said...

you can insure art?wow i didn't know you could do that. you could set your price! i've had two paintings i was very fond of stolen from the globe last year. it was over the weekend, and apparently the bouncers didn't see them walkin out with a 3x2foot painting?? i'd love to know where stolen paintings end up. what kind of person both appreciates art and is morally loose enough to nick it!!?

denise nestor said...

Thanks Kathy.

And Steve I didn't know you could insure work like this either. It was taken from outside the bernard shaw though, not from inside. John, from the bernard shaw, was the one who advised me to actually secure the work to the wall to be sure nothing was taken. it is a shame that it has to be this way though! There does seem to be a contradiction in appreciating someone's work and then stealing it! I'm relying on karma :)