BlumArts Picked For Metuchen Project

By on August 1, 2019

Adirondack chair decorated by BlumArts for the Downtown Metuchen Alliance
A piece by BlumArts’ Elina Rosenblum has been selected for a public art installation in downtown Metuchen.

Metuchen Downtown Alliance, a local business improvement group, gave 10 artists an Adirondack chair to decorate as part of something that it called the Language project. The project is intended to welcome Metuchen’s growing multicultural community, so each design had to include a welcoming message or inspirational text. “Embedded in my design is ‘Follow Your Dreams’, along with other words that are meant to resonate with and empower people,” Rosenblum says.

“I have received a lot of very positive feedback about my work, but I think all the artists have done an amazing job,” Rosenblum adds. “I love how each design is unique and carries a different creative vibe. They are really fun to check out.” Rosenblum’s design business BlumArts, takes commissions for private and public art projects including murals, stained glass, faux stained glass, and mosaics.

The chairs will be on Metuchen’s streets until October 6.

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