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Trees in Curtis Park ‘yarn bombed’

An anonymous artist recently “yarn bombed” five trees in Curtis Park, near the corner of Curtis Way and 26th Street. Trees a few blocks away were also decorated.
An anonymous artist recently “yarn bombed” five trees in Curtis Park, near the corner of Curtis Way and 26th Street. Trees a few blocks away were also decorated.

A colorful touch has been applied to several trees in the city’s Curtis Park neighborhood.

An anonymous artist recently “yarn bombed” trees. Five of the trees were decorated with multi-colored crochets at the northern end of the neighborhood park, near 26th Street and Curtis Way.

The decorations were a brief topic of conversation at a recent Sierra Curtis Neighborhood Association meeting and the neighborhood group Tweeted photos of the art earlier this month with the caption, “We’ve been YARN BOMBED!!!!”

But so far, no one has taken credit for the work.

Call The Bee’s Ryan Lillis, (916) 321-1085. Read his City Beat blog at sacbee.com/citybeat.

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