Created by Rachel Mello and commissioned by APA to bring the theme of the June pop-up Fox Festival Parade to Spy Pond. Both the parade and the Fox Family celebrate urban wildlife and pay tribute to the beloved Fox Branch Library!
Giant Chess Set by John Taguiri
Playful public art day at Spy Pond Park, Linwood St., East Arlington, MA, Sat. May 21 from 12 - 4, raindate, Sun. May 22
Transformer Box painting by Sarinne Ghazarian
The Arlington Transformer Box project is now in its third year. Each year since 2014, artists have been invited to submit designs. Selected images are painted directly onto the boxes by the artists. As of 2016, 11 boxes have been painted. Photo credit: Jill Manca
William Turville's sculpture, Yurt, a temporary piece displayed in the 2014 exhibit, Art Rocks Menot
The Yurt, created from recycled pieces of wood, was destroyed by a very gusty windstorm during the opening reception. photo credit: Adria Arch
Scotty Dog by Shunsuke Yamaguchi
This cardboard dog sculpture was a big hit at 2014's Art Rocks Menotomy exhibition at Menotomy Rocks Park. Photo credit: TBA
Youth Banner Initiative, 2016
Thirty images by local teens were chosen to be printed on vinyl banners and hung on light poles along Mass Ave. in Arlington. The initiative is funded by the Gracie James Foundation, in memory of Gracie, an artistically inclined teen who was a student at Arlington High School. photo credit: David Ardito
Art Rocks Spy Pond photo credit: Adam Chapelaine
Chairful Where You Sit, 2014
Each year, Chairful invites all to find an orphan chair and creatively reinvent it. All chairs are sold to support APA. photo credit: Nilou Moochala
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