People who enjoy viewing public art might want to check out six hay bales — painted by artists of various ages — that have been stationed around locations in Dade City.
The display is the Dade City Center for the Arts’ kick-off project, since being revived in July 2020.
Hancock Farm & Feed Co., provided and delivered the hay bales.
Those wishing to view the works can visit these Dade City locations:
- Hardy Trail at Church Avenue, 37856 Church Ave.
- Hibiscus Park, Seventh Street and Bougainvillea Avenue
- Price Park, 37415 Magnolia Ave.
- Agnes Lamb Park, 14200 Ninth St.
- Naomi Jones Park, 38122 Martin Luther King Blvd.
- Watson Park, on Main Avenue, between 17th and 19th streets
The paintings have been well-received, said Lucy Avila, of Dade City Center for the Arts, in a news release.
To find out more about Dade City art, check the art center’s website at DadeCityArts.com.
The center also has other projects planned to enhance downtown Dade City.
The arts center is headquartered at Out of Our Hands Gallery, 14245 Seventh St., in Dade City.
Published October 21, 2020