My friend Don Nace works in the daytime as a scenic artist for movies and for Broadway plays. If you've see Julie Taymore's "Across the Universe" you've seen his work (one of the main characters, Jude, is an artist and all the drawings and paintings in his Greenwich Village apartment and in his sketchbook are Nace's work).
In his spare time, when he's not lifting weights or cooking up his favorite dish, a spinach and scrambled egg concoction, Nace is drawing, always drawing. Over the years, he has produced thousands of original works. He seldom exhibits, but has published a critically acclaimed book of his drawings called "Drawn Out" (published by Soft Scull Press).
Lately, Nace has taken to scattering his drawns across a floor for people to actually walk on and presumably admire. He's agreed to exhibit his "drawing on the floor" at an upcoming fundraiser for the Rockland Center for the Arts in Nyack, New York, where he lives.
I think this is remarkable and I wish I could be there.