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Public Art Personalities Greet the Season Together on Palmer Street in Harvard Square
December 19, 2021 · by deborahlee713 · in animals in art, Art, Artists, collaborative art projects, commuity, Contemporary Sculpture, Installations, interactive art, political issues, public art, Sculpture, social justice, street art, temporary art, vinyl, visual art, wood sculptures · 2 Comments
Analog the Sphinx Dog and Wapiti the Green Elk recently joined Michelle the Blue Elephant on Palmer Street in Harvard Square. All three stand with slender sturdy legs on narrow skis. All three are creatively constructed from various recycled materials, adorned with objects, and decorated festively. All three are called Skraelings by Bob Smith (of Minimum Wage Art), who describes them in the following quote: “These being(s) are super heroes that are made from wood, metal, even plastic, all castoff materials from an overly materialistic society. Skraelings fight boredom and apathy in all dimensions of time and space.” ….