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‘On the Fence’: 2 new public art installations in Edmonds


March 10, 2018

“Connected Hearts/Be Kind,” by Shoreline artist Susan Lally-Chiu, can been seen on the Frances Anderson Playfield Main Street fence.

There are two new art installations on downtown Edmonds fences.

Through May, “Connected Hearts/Be Kind,” by Shoreline artist Susan Lally-Chiu, is on exhibit on the Frances Anderson Playfield Main Street fence, and “Rhizome Cuff” by local artists Mona T. Smiley Fairbanks and Lisa Wickstrom is on the Dayton and Second Avenue South fence, next to Driftwood Players Annex and ArtWorks.

“Connected Hearts/Be Kind” uses white Swanson taffeta flagging tape and the chain link fence as the fabric structure for a cross-stitch design. The theme of the installation is community.

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