I'm delighted to have been chosen as one of the artists for the Boston Children's Museum's "An Alphabet of Inspiration: Artists Celebrate 100 Years of Collections." To help celebrate the museum's 100th birthday, artists were asked to do a display in one of 24 big wall vitrines using pieces from the museum's collection in storage. Each display represents a letter of the alphabet (with x, y and z combined into one).

I installed my display -- "L" for "lunch"-- this week, with lots of support from the show's wonderful organizers Rachel Farkas and Alice Vogler. Rachel posted this lovely blog post over on the BCM blog about the install (she got much better pictures than I managed!)

(Image credit: Rachel Farkas)

My window (and a bunch of others) are visible now, and all 24 displays will be up by the end of May.

April 13, 2013, 11:40 p.m.
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