On 19 July, 2012, at around 3:30pm, near the intersection of NE 8th and Burnside in Portland, OR, I and some friends were offloading some of my art and books for a show I was participating in. Unfortunately, as we were doing so, one bin full of my art and books was accidentally left net to my car for about two minutes. When I ran back down, someone had already picked it up and ran with it. We checked all over the neighborhood, asked around at local businesses and any pedestrians we saw. No luck. I filed a police report, and after I finish this I'm going to put some signs up in the area offering a reward for the return of my stuff.
Here's what was stolen:
--About a dozen assorted copies of my books
--All of my stock of ears, horns, and masks, similar to these:
--Four drums with beaters: two 15" diameter, one horse hide and one deer hide; one 13" horse hide, painted; one 8" deer hide, painted. Here are photos:
15" horse hide
13" deer hide
13" painted horse hide
8" painted deerhide If you have any information regarding these stolen items, PLEASE contact me--there is a reward for their return! I've already contacted Powell's Books, and several drum shops in the area, to let them know these stolen goods may be brought in.
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