It was a nice night for a run around Ashley.
Tuesday, May 31, 2011
Thursday, May 26, 2011
Thursday, May 12, 2011
What currently sits as an urban gallery displaying a large sampling of Krylon colors, spray-painted pieces of art, the HH Richardson Train Station is awaiting its next phase of life. The train station is going to be part of a larger project involving bringing an active line to Western Ma, naming Holyoke as a stop. This is great new for the city, especially the immediate area. The new station, plus the second phase of the Canal Walk within walking distance, will surely generate some traffic to the beautiful down town area.
For those who are un-aware of or are not familiar with who HH Richardson was or his vast impact on Architecture, you can get a better sense by reading this:
Below are a few of my photos from the trip in. There was a lot of people who attended the trip in. I couldn't make a nice image of the full exterior at the time because of the vast amount of people.
Saturday, May 7, 2011
On Friday our studio doors opened up to be a part of the opening for Paperworks at 80 Race Street, hosted by paper city studios. In working with the theme of works on paper, we hung large photographs made from the windows of our space. They will be up for a few more days, you can view them from Main street, just before the turn onto Dwight St.