At my work desk, I have a round table by me that rarely gets used. It's now an art pedestal for the 1400 Gallery. (The gallery being my workspace in the Tribune Tower). This particular work of art is three leaves laid out in a composition. One might say it's inspired by Andy Goldsworthy. Or perhaps Robert Smithson.
The leaves are found from the local foliage (the official work plants on top of my storage cabinet).
Normally these would be just three leaves sitting on a table, but it's interesting how a mere sticky note with a caption activates the leaves into artwork status.