Suwanee residents know that spring brings a lot of things to the area — including trees that bear art as well as leaves.

The city’s annual Art on a Limb program returns this month, with two pieces of art being hidden daily along one of the greenways or within city parks. The program is simple: Those who find the art pieces get to keep them.

Visitors Suwanee parks and trails may find this year’s Art on a Limb piece literally hanging on a limb. The city said local artists Vickie McCrary and Jack Hamby created the City Hall bird houses that were selected as this year’s Art on a Limb piece.

McCrary has provided Art on a Limb pieces previously, and maintains a studio in Buford. Hamby is a retired woodworker and master bricklayer and collaborated with Vickie on her “Rock City” style City Hall themed birdhouses.

City officials encourage those lucky enough to find an Art on a Limb piece to share a photo on social media using the hashtag #artonalimb2021 or email a photo to ADoherty@suwanee.com.

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