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Boyd Blogs: The Art of Free Press Summer Fest

Fighting indifferent crowds, hot sun, and $7 beer,  intrepid blogger and conoisseur of low-budget public art Robert Boyd checks out the art components of Free Press Summer Fest on his blog, establishing that “the best pieces of art at Summer Fest should be highly visible, they should be big, they should be in the way, and they should be interactive,” nevertheless giving the prize for best piece to Henry Moore’s Large Spindle Piece, fenced and forlorn, amid the hubbub.

also by Bill Davenport
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