LULA Lake Worth Arts Adds New Colorful Art Installation in Downtown Lake Worth Beach

Photo of a decorated palm tree


The Lake Worth Beach Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) and local non-profit organization, LULA-Lake Worth Arts, are excited to announce the newest public art installation in Lake Worth Beach. In September, the CRA and LULA-Lake Worth Arts sponsored a ‘yarn bomb’ installation at an undeveloped site in the historic district of downtown Lake Worth Beach. Modern ‘yarn bombing’, also known as yarn storming, guerrilla knitting, yarn graffiti or graffiti knitting is a form of weaving that has recently re-emerged in art form. It is the act of wrapping colorful knitted pieces to objects in public spaces for the purpose of art and smiles.

This latest art piece, entitled Soul Talks with Palms, was created by local artist Milena Arango. Ms. Arango is a passionate and dedicated artist, always finding new ways to express herself. Milena stated that, “making this project has been a beautiful experience from inception.” This installation was created to give visitors and residents a space where they feel peace. A revered place to stop, breathe, listen and appreciate.

Residents and visitors can find this new temporary art installation located within the tropical landscape at 509 Lake Avenue in downtown Lake Worth Beach.

For more information on this project or for any CRA related questions, please call (561) 493-2550 or visit: www.lakeworthcra.org