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Through the Lens of The Five-Year-Old: The Dedham Public Art Project

The Five-Year-Old has recently been promoted to Caterpickles Official Junior Photojournalist. For her first assignment, The Five-Year-Old has elected to develop a 15-post Photo Documentary of the Dedham Shines Public Art Project going on this summer in nearby Dedham, Massachusetts. This week, she visited Spiral Bunny by Lisa Houck.

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50 States of Public Art: Gators on the Geaux in Lake Charles, Louisiana

Public art is everywhere, and in some parts of the country you can even still go out and enjoy it. (Sorry, snow-packed Northerners, the public art portion of this blog is headed south for the winter.) This week on Caterpickles, we meet an eleven-year-old boy in Lake Charles, Louisiana who is nearly as excited about his town’s gators as my daughter was about the Dedham Massachusetts bunnies.

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Follow-up to a very old post on the Dedham Bunnies

Once upon a time, when The Seven-Year-Old was merely five, she accepted a temporary assignment as Caterpickles’ Official Junior Photojournalist. For her first assignment, The Five-Year-Old elected to develop a 15-post Photo Documentary of the Dedham Shines Public Art Project going on that summer in nearby Dedham, Massachusetts. One of the bunnies, the Race Car Rabbit, referenced a piece of Norwood’s past life as a NASCAR-racing town. And now there’s a documentary about Norwood’s stock car racing history.

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Behind the Scenes with The Five-Year-Old: The Artist Who Painted the Regal Rabbit

A few weeks ago, The Five-Year-Old and I had the opportunity to meet Cathy Gruetzke-Blais, the artist who painted the Regal Rabbit.  Normally, I like to hold these artist interviews at the bunnies themselves. I find it helps focus a certain wildly roving mind on the topic at hand. But since the Regal Rabbit sits on a busy street corner, we decided to meet at Ben & Jerry’s instead.

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Behind the Scenes with The Five-Year-Old: The Artist Who Painted Not So Silent Spring

This week, The Five-Year-Old and I had the opportunity to meet Susan Angevin, the artist who painted Not So Silent Spring. At the time, local readers could find the bunny sitting outside the Dedham Massachusetts Public Library at 43 Church Street.

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Through the Lens of The Five-Year-Old: The Bunny at Dedham Crossing

For the 13th installment of her photo series on the Dedham Public Art Project, The Five-Year-Old visited Lady Bugs Bunny. At the time, Lady Bugs was living under the overpass at Dedham Crossing.

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Through the Lens of The Five-Year-Old: The Bunny at East Dedham Shopping Plaza

For her 12th entry in her photo series on the Dedham Public Art Project, The Five-Year-Old visited “Regal Rabbit” by Catherine Gruetzke-Blais. At the time, local readers could find the bunny at the East Dedham Shopping Plaza on the corner of Bussey and High Streets in Dedham Massachusetts.

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Through the Lens of The Five-Year-Old: The Bunny at Dedham Library

This week, The Five-Year-Old visited “Not So Silent Spring” by Susan Angevin. At the time, local readers could find the bunny sitting outside the Dedham Public Library at 43 Church Street.

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Reason #123 to Visit the Dedham Bunnies More than Once

The tail of the Bengal Bunny by Sal D’Antona features the Dedham Pottery logo. How did I miss that the first time?

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Behind the Scenes with The Five-Year-Old: The Artists Who Made the Peace Rabbit

Last week, The Five-Year-Old and I had the opportunity to meet Jill Barry and Mike Glowacki, the artists behind the Peace Rabbit at Oakdale Square Common and co-owners of Dedham Glass Art. Ever wondered what questions a five-year-old would ask if given the opportunity to interview an artist? Now’s your chance to find out.

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