Art in unexpected places

After leaving my office in Narberth, I realized I arrived a few minutes early to the train station heading into Center City, Philadelphia. It was a beautiful spring day, and I noticed the garden with a weatherproof reproduction of Camille Pissarro’s Fair on a Sunny Afternoon:

I’ve always liked the idea of public art being more publicly displayed to ensure the average citizen is more likely to come into contact with it at some point in life. I doubt I ever would have come into contact with Camille Pissarro if it weren’t for this “Art in unexpected places” initiative.

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