A group of people carried this 16ft 130 lb. painting several blocks away from its original location and placed it on the steps of the infamous 190 bowery.
A photo I recieved in an email depicting a moment when Everything is Energy sits on the Bowery, blocking the entire width of the street.
A photo of "The Bowery Boys", a group of men who encountered the "Everything Is Energy" panel and carried it to their workplace. They had bolted the art to a wall in their shipping corridor - a befitting mantra for them to pass by as they carry and move heavy boxes to and fro.
The only person I've met who owns two panels.
A young lady emailed me this photo of her kneeling before the painting.
Also notice the wall behind it is black. Originally there was graffiti on this wall. The owners of the building buffed the wall and put the painting back in its place. The small ways in which people honor your work are sometimes the best.