So this one is really pretty impressive… kitty corner from IMA and completely covered in mosaic. Two panels read “free wood” and in front of each of them is, in fact, wood. It’s very strange.
The building seems to be more of a facade enclosing a large courtyard… maybe it’s a woodchopping plant!
I love the whimsical tree branches and each tree has a swing hanging from one. See the little hearts with eyes like the ones from yesterdays post?
And of course the kitty being chased by the dog… this makes me smile! These murals were produced collaboratively between students and artists through the Institute.
KQED’s Spark program did a piece on Laurel True and her “Free Wood” mosaic… check it out here http://www.kqed.org/arts/programs/spark/profile.jsp?essid=5420