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The Friends of the Jamaica Plain Branch Library are moving forward with our Community Mosaic Project. We'd like to hear which of the final designs you would like to see installed in the Auditorium this fall. Please take our survey!
By Chris Helms
6:52 am on Friday, August 24, 2012
I don't want to be a killjoy or anything, but I don't particularly care for any of the 3. I voted for one because I could live with it slightly easier than the other 2. I'm curious about other peoples opinions.
11:33 am on Friday, August 24, 2012
These are just sketches and the actual mosaics will be very vibrant & colorful. Any silver colors represent mirror. The designs reflect the feedback from several discussions and meetings. The end result will be beautiful and the community experience of making the mosaic together will be a great process for all. Please come and participate.
Bette Ann Libby
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