Charles Street Meeting House And 1270 Club Daylight
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Charles Street Meeting House And 1270 Club Daylight
My engravings of the 1970's era Gay and Lesbian Skyline of Boston can be readily seen in both daylight and darkness. All of the engravings are edge lit with a variet of colored LED's which are concealed behind the steel base on the bottom.

This light art panel is one of two; the other, which comprises of a different set of Boston Gay landmarks, is on the other side of the frame of the bicycle.

If you look carefully, you can see my etching of the Charles Street Meeting House with a gay dance going on as well as an etching of the popular gay nightclub 1270 Club at 1279 Boyleston Street.

The brass clip over the top tube of the bicycle is one of two that support the glass light art onto the bicycle. The steel arms that extend past the front tube of the bicycle frame help prevent the glass diorama of Boston' Gay Skyline from swinging back and forth as I pedal the bicycle.

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