There’s a very subtle but lovely new piece of public art in Polish Hill. The metal silhouette of a bird in flight was recently placed along one of our less-travelled, but perfectly accessible (and safe) byways. Can you guess where it might be? Here’s a hint: you have to be on foot, and you can’t see it from any street.
Many thanks to the unknown artist who made such a nice piece and put it in such a perfect location. This is such a great way to see art: to happen upon it in a setting where it really fits, and adds something wonderful to the place. Who needs large, “look at me!” murals when there are so many other creative ways to bring art into the public space?
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