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The Honey Hive

The Honey Hive

   

Artist Tosca Carranza was commissioned by Near East Area Renewal to paint five traffic signal control boxes along Rural Street, in a series called “I Love My Neighborhood.” The design for this box represents community:  bees live in close-knit groups where every member has a defined task, and they stay focused on their individual and communal goal.

Tosca Carranza is a painter and art educator who lives on Indianapolis’ Near Eastside.

Medium type: Paint

Date created: 2019

Location

1000 N. Rural St., Indianapolis, IN

Associated artists

Tosca Carranza
Tosca Carranza

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