Children's Tiles in a Boston Subway Station on the Green Line

In the fall of 2011 I was in Boston travelling in the subway on the Green Line.

Out of the window I saw what appeared to be many ceramic tiles cut into the

support columns of the station. I got to the next station and doubled back

to see what it was that I saw, so to speak. I photographed all of the wonderfull

tiles, some obviously created by some very young humans. It was wonderful, and like a

good facilitator, no mention could be found of the anonymous ceramist who made this

all possible. Other than the Blashka glass flower collection at Harvard, I could find

nothing else of an artistic nature that inspired me in my old home town of Boston.

























































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