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Nothing to Sneeze At? Pollen Picassos

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Nothing to Sneeze At? Pollen Picassos

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Nothing to Sneeze At? Pollen Picassos

Nothing to Sneeze At? Pollen Picassos

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A piano drawn in the pollen left on a glass outdoor table in Georgia. Barbara Bailey hide caption

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Barbara Bailey

A piano drawn in the pollen left on a glass outdoor table in Georgia.

Barbara Bailey

From the fine swirls of a Jackson Pollock painting, to pieces of a more ephemeral nature, pollen is making its mark as the latest tool for allergy-ridden amateur artists in Decatur, Ga.

Pollen artist Louisa Bailey put her sniffles aside to draw pictures in the yellow stuff.

Web Resources

WSB TV in Atlanta has created a slideshow of pollen drawings.