Saturday, September 29, 2007
Rose Petals to Scent Bus Shelters?
Eleven IndyGo bus shelters will receive artistic transformations beginning Monday (1 October), courtesy of a Public Art Indianapolis project featuring the work of local artist Audrey Barcio, according to Inside Indiana Business. The project includes thousands of rose petals attached to the glass interior walls of the shelters using water-soluble glue. At sunrise – the beginning of many riders’ morning commutes – the sweet smell of the roses will fill the shelters. The petals will last for approximately two days, and new petals will be attached afterward. The project is scheduled to conclude on Sunday (7 October), following the conclusion of Circle City Classic weekend.
Posted by Indianapolis Observer at 9:13 PM