December 2020.  "Together We Rise!": Unfortunately Pandemic restrictions prevented community members from coming to the park to help create art for the installation this year.  Local elementary school students were able to make tissue paper flowers at home which were then added to the display.  Discarded riding toys were used to create flying machines launching cardboard figures of local fauna into the stars - something fun, light and up-lifting for the end of a very trying year!
December 2019.  "Adams Hill Family Tree": Site specific installation of community art project at a local park.  In the park community members decorated garlands made of recycled water bottles which were used to festoon a cardboard tree; the tree's leaves were painted by local elementary school students.  Cardboard sculptures of local fauna, made from used packaging, surround the tree. 
December 2018.  "Moving Together Toward A Bright Future": Site specific installation of community art project at a local park. In the park community members colored pictures of people which were incorporated into a wall mural.  Star chains were made by local elementary students.  In the center of the installation is a kinetic sculpture made of discarded objects and street trash.
December 2017.  "We're All In The Same Boat": Site specific installation of community art project at a local park.  In the park community members decorated ornaments made from recycled plastic and cardboard.  Elementary students created a wall border of swimming fish.  Sea serpent and man in row boat figures were created from trash and discarded objects. The Christmas tree was made of branches of a discarded artificial tree which were wired onto a patio umbrella frame.
November 2016.  "Peace On Earth": Site specific installation of community art project at a local park.  People in the park created a universe of stars surrounding the Earth.  Cardboard doves were made by local elementary students.  Photos of "Peace on Earth" by Arlene Vidor
October 2015.  "Our Starry Night" :Site specific installation of community art project at a local park.  Community members of all ages painted recycled cardboard houses in the mini park.  Strings of stars were made by local elementary students.
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