The Bluefish is Back

This mural spent the winter being re-painted in my studio in the South End of Boston and now it has been re-installed in its proper place at 237 Hampshire Street, Cambridge, MA.  Thank you to George Hagerty and Justin Bothwell of US Art for their hard work moving the mural and getting it back up on the building.

Getting Started on the re-Install.
Getting started on the installation.

This project was directed by Rika Smith McNally, the director of the art conservation program at the Cambridge Arts Council.  I am grateful for her energy and guidance about using the proper materials for an exterior mural.  It even has UV protection now, so no sunburns!

George and Justin putting on the finishing touches.
George and Justin putting on the finishing touches.

Please join me for a party on Wednesday June 24, 2015 to celebrate and rededicate the mural.   We will convene right under the mural from 5 to 7 for some live jazz by saxophonist Charlie Kohlhase, food from the East Coast Grill, and good company!

The Bluefish is Good Tonight will be looking good for another twenty+ years!!
The Bluefish is Good Tonight will be looking good for another twenty+ years!!
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4 thoughts on “The Bluefish is Back”

  1. Beautiful, Lisa! Wish I could be there to see it. That was such fun at dinner with your dad. Hope we can do this again before too long.xoxoxoToni

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