Doo Dah float designer Dave Lovejoy’s art installation leaving

Dave Lovejoy is one of the most creative artists I know, but then, I’m partial. Dave was the designer and chief artist for the Gallery at the End of the World’s float in this year’s Occasional Pasadena Doo Dah Parade. The very same float that served as my outgoing Queen entry!  ~ the awesome and amusing castle on wheels.


If that doesn’t intrigue you, you may recall that I took a class in Raku pottery earlier this year and created two very cool vessels. Well, he was my teacher. … Yes, a man of many, many talents….


The weekend of the upcoming ArtNight Pasadena, October 9-11, will be the last opportunity to see Dave Lovejoy’s “Bouble Vision” art installation in the courtyard at 88 N. Fair Oaks. Ave, Pasadena.



Consisting of 1000 magnifying glasses suspended by over a mile of galvanized steel wire, the work has been hanging from the arbor in front of Majestical Roof since ArtNight 2008, when it was installed as part of Lovejoy’s exhibition, “Circular Logic”, made possible in part by a generous grant from the City Of Pasadena Department of Cultural Affairs.

“Bouble Vision” is currently on display 24/7, so you have hardly any excuse not to stop by and see it!


To learn more about Dave Lovejoy and see some of his other work, visit

Go get some culture and then,

carry on, as you were,

Queen Mickie

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