The Public Art Committee of Vision 2030 unveiled the first installation of its Free Range Art Project in November at the Hunt Tower in Downtown, Gainesville. The Free Range Art Project is an ongoing series of two-dimensional works of art that will be installed this year. This first piece “Too Bad Llamas” was reproduced from a tin can mosaic by Quinlan artist Mary Frances Hull. Hull is a local artist in residence at the Quinlan where she teaches classes (including tin can mosaics) and is currently accepting commissions. The original piece is currently on view at the Quinlan and is $500. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this piece will go directly to the Public Art Fund at the North Georgia Community Foundation to support future public art projects. Call 770.536.2575 or go to qvac.org for more information.