Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Decorated Utility Box: Don't Burst My Bubble - Pittsfield, MA

Don't Burst My Bubble
Pittsfield, MA

N 42° 26.832 W 073° 15.239

Short Description: 

A painted utility box commissioned by the Pittsfield Artscape Committee is located at the southwest corner of the Berkshire Museum at 39 South Street, Pittsfield, MA.

Long Description:

The City of Pittsfield Artscape Committee has chosen the eight designs that are now painted on utility boxes throughout the downtown area. All he boxes were painted July 9th and 16th 2016 and were unveiled on July 21, 2016 during the Third Thursday street fair.

The painted utility box adjacent to the Berkshire Museum called "Don't Burst My Bubble" was painted by artist Megan Carberry. The utility box is painted a light blue on the front and sides. A second green box attached to the rear is left unpainted. The front has two panels. The left panel has the the silhouette of a young girl in right profile. She wears her hair in a ponytail and is wearing a dress. She is blowing soap bubbled into the air. The right panel contains the silhouette a young boy in left profile. He is reaching up with both hands towards the bubbles in the air.

Name of Artist: Megan Carberry

Title of the Art: Don't Burst My Bubble

Year Decorated: 2016

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