Giant Bees & Spaceships • Updates

2nd Bee • Update

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Thomaston Artist, Pat Piscopo, has started her 2nd bee for “Bees Across New Britain”.

Last Tuesday, May 12, 2019, several of the fully dressed Bees (including Pat’s 1st Bee) were unveiled in Central Park in front of City Hall, New Britain. The remaining bees (including Pat’s 2nd Bee shown here) will appear in the Park as they are completed by the artists.

Late June, 2019: There will be a “Bees Across New Britain Celebration” with the auctioning of four of the creatures. After the celebration, the remaining Bees will make their way to sponsor locations throughout the City where they will remain on display.

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Spaceship • Update

Pat has finished up her Spaceship for Stamford, CT Downtown’s outdoor sculpture exhibit.

The Art in Public Places Outdoor Sculpture exhibit features sculptures lining the sidewalks and parks of the Downtown. The 2019 outdoor sculpture exhibit, Space Invasion, will feature 30 originally designed and painted fiberglass sculptures that will be on display for free public viewing and enjoyment all summer.

Ready for its trip to Stamford

Ready for its trip to Stamford

NBMAA Field Trip

Field Trip to the New Britain Museum of American Art

The New Britain Museum of American Art was founded in 1903, it is the first museum in the country dedicated to American art.

Special Exhibit:
The Beyond: Georgia O'Keeffe and Contemporary Art
February 22, 2019–June 2, 2019

We had a wonderful time enjoying the enormous flowers, luscious colors, desert landscapes, feminine forms, and still lifes (…and lunch at Angelo's Market).

Bee-ing Painted!

1st Bee - About to Bee-Done

Update: This bee is sponsored by The Edge Countertops New Britain,
so I am sampling their finishes - Granite, recycled glass and custom ones.
Almost done, Pat

Tuesday will bee the arrival of 2nd bee.
Design is very different than 1st.


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Ten-2-One Artist, Pat Piscopo of Thomaston, is painting two bees for a New Britain, CT public art project/event happening there this Summer. All of the painted bees will end up being displayed in New Britain.

Bee Photography by John Piscopo