Rainworks piece pops up at Lake Boren Park

September 25, 2015

By Christina Corrales-Toy

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NEW — 12:42 p.m. Sept. 25, 2015

City of Newcastle photo The Rainworks team created one of its rain-activated, positive message art installations in Lake Boren Park.

City of Newcastle photo
The Rainworks team created one of its rain-activated, positive message art installations in Lake Boren Park.

The Rainworks team left a little piece of magic at Newcastle’s Lake Boren Park.

Rainworks gained attention earlier this year for creator Peregrine Church’s rain-activated (meaning the design is only visible when it is wet) positive messages and art sprawled across area sidewalks.

According to the Rainworks website, Church uses a special superhydrophobic coating called Rainworks Invisible Spray. The solution is completely non-toxic, environmentally safe and biodegradable, the website says.

Newcastle’s Rainworks art piece says “Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass. It’s about learning to dance in the rain,” written above shoe prints arranged in a square.

The art piece, which should last about two to four months, is currently the only one east of Seattle, except for one in Utah, according to a website map pinpointing the team’s works.

Learn more about Rainworks at http://rain.works.

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