NATICK — Denise Girardin is at again.

She has made a different general public art exhibit — with the help of about 30 volunteers — that is scheduled to be unveiled at 6 p.m. Thursday on Adams Street in downtown Natick.

Girardin’s hottest development is termed “peacelovenatick 01760.” On Tuesday morning it took up most of the place in the garage at her Pond Road house.

“Freaking out” is how Girardin playfully explained her emotions at the prospect of transporting this huge installation to Adams Road, a several blocks absent.

But primarily based on Girardin’s observe document, she’ll get it performed.

She previously has two spectacular — and sizable — general public art installations less than her belt. A single is the “Tunnel of Enjoy,” a 2019 exhibit of close to 900 crochet flowers that have been strung collectively and hung on the pedestrian bridge around the commuter rail tracks downtown.

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She adopted that up previous year with “Love 01760.” It bundled extra than 1,000 hand-crafted hearts that covered the very same pedestrian bridge. The consequence was a much-desired community connection throughout a time of sheltering-in-position brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.

Both equally of those projects provided a team of volunteers.

‘Lot of love’

“I observed a large amount of appreciate in Natick,” Girardin claimed of “Appreciate 01760.” To preserve the momentum likely, Girardin applied for a Natick Cultural Council grant, got it, and used the $850 to commence her newest endeavor.

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