Let a Thousand Parks Bloom

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Artist: Edythe Boone, Patricia Tripp, Eli Jo Dougherty

Location: vacant lot off Haste near People's Park

City: Berkeley

Date Painted: 1998

Date Photographed: 2009

Photographer: Thomas Hawk

Image License: Attribution-NonCommercial 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC 2.0)

Link to Original Image: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/2.0/

Description: Elder with long hair. Banner: Let a thousand parks bloom. other people, flowers

Notes: Part of a larger mural, pictured below. Let a Thousand Parks Bloom, located in a vacant lot on Telegraph Avenue off Haste Street, was designed by Edythe Boone, Patricia Tripp and Eli Jo Dougherty in 1998. Sponsored by the Chaplaincy to the Homeless and painted by homeless volunteers, the mural depicts the stories of the neighborhood's homeless population.

Wally Gobetz, 2012