Adam Castiglioni watched artists at work on the Greenway at Dewey Square today as they painted Shara Hughes's mural.
This is absurd. The Greenway should be an open area. They could've done this on one of the buildings across the street.
No Greenway space was harmed in the mural's painting - it's on the side of an I-93 ventillation shaft.
I've walked along there every other year or so, I didn't notice the shaft it in my travels.
Every year or so, the Greenway selects a new artist to paint here.
You are thinking of the Twix wabbit.
I believe you are thinking of the Trix rabbit.
I almost posted the same thing - but read it again: Twix wabbit. Trix rabbit. Get it?
Long time since I saw Bugs or a Trix commercial.
But if I don't, that's okay. No work of art is going to please every single person or connect with with every single person. If it ends up not really hitting a sweet spot for me, I'll just look forward to the next installation that follows, and in the meantime be glad that there is something more to look at and take into consideration there than just the plain wall of a ventilation shaft.
I largely share your sentiments, but I was disappointed a couple iterations ago when they had a very drab, grayscale mural up. We're surrounded by gray and brown in the city—bright colors are good. Beyond that I don't care too much. :-)
I'm wondering what that large white space on the right will end up being. I'm guessing an eggplant.
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