Sunday, August 2, 2015

Fat Boy From Brooklyn

Strolling Prospect Park yesterday, I saw "Fat Boy" by Leonard Ursachi on the front lawn of Litchfield Villa. The artist carved the head from styrofoam, and coated it with a weatherproof, cement-like material.  Litchfield  was built in 1855, bought by the city of Brooklyn in 1869 and served as the headquarters for Brooklyn's Department of Parks since 1892.

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