"Watching television is like taking black spray paint to your third eye."
- Bill Hicks, comedian 1994 R.I.P

Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Thoreau'n it Down in the Streets of Worcester!

Here are 4 new FreeArtworks that were made during the last few rainy days...

These 4 welcoming little houses are made of scrap plywood and house paint. Each house is green with red trim and features black chairs painted on 3 sides and on the 4th side is the following quote by Henry David Thoreau:

"I had three chairs; one for solitude, two for friendship and three for society."

FreeArtWorcester highly recommends reading both of Thoreau's books "Walden" and "Civil Disobedience" if you haven't already. Both books are wonderful examples of American free thinking.

1 Bancroft Tower on Bancroft Hill
1 Morgan Park on Indian Lake off 122A
1 Bean Counter 113 Highland St.
1 Worcester Art Museum, outside


gigi said...

how in love am i with these houses? very

FreeArtWorcester said...

Feelin' it too, thank you!