DIA Inside-Out Program comes to Taylor

Photo courtesy of the Detroit Institute of Arts
A reproduction of “Violinst and Young Woman” by Edgar Degas will be displayed at Taylor Conservatory & Botanical Gardens, 22314 Northline Road as part of the Detroit Institute of Arts Inside-Out Program through July 16.

TAYLOR — Taylor is one of 11 communities in the metropolitan Detroit area that will display large outdoor reproductions of famous artwork as part of the Detroit Institute of Arts Inside-Out Program this spring.

The DIA installed more than 100 reproductions earlier this month, and they will remain on display through July.

Displays sites will be in the city’s “Cultural Corridor” of Heritage Park, Taylor Community Library, Rosecrans Picture Perfect Studio, Taylor Conservatory & Botanical Gardens and Wayne County Community College District Downriver Campus.

Taylor is part of the group that will display artwork from the program from through July 16. A different set of Detroit-area communities, including neighboring Allen Park, will display works from the program from August through the end of October.

DIA Inside-Out Program Sites

Taylor Conservatory & Botanical Gardens
22314 Northline Road
“Violinst and Young Woman” by Edgar Degas
“Movement No. 27” by Kwesi Owusu-Anjomah

Coan Lake Bridge — Heritage Park
12111 Pardee Road
“Bank of Olse” by Vincent Van Gogh

Caboose — Heritage Park
12111 Pardee Road
“Portrait of Mughal Prince” by Unknown Islamic Artist

Train Station — Heritage Park
12111 Pardee Road
“Flowers in a Glass Vase” by Rachel Ruysch

Taylor Farmer’s Market/Sheridan Pavilion — Heritage Park
12111 Pardee Road
“The Fruit Vendor” by Il Pensionante del Saraceni
“The Communicant” by Gari Melchers

WCCCD Prechter Theater
21000 Northline Road
“Moonlit Landscape with a Windmill” by Aert Van Deer

Rosecrans Picture Perfect Studio
12405 Pardee Road
“Sir William Brereton” by unknown English artist

Taylor Community Library
12303 Pardee Road
“Ellen’s Isle Loch Katrine” by Robert S. Duncanson