Stonework for the Cambridge Parks
William Reimann has done work in permanent emplacements in numerous small parks in Cambridge, MA., where he makes his home.
The most recent is his work for the Rev. Thomas J. Williams Park on Cedar Street in North Cambridge, where he has enjoyed many relaxing visits in the company of his grandchildren.
Reverend Thomas J. Williams Park
Sand-blasted Chelmsford Granite
City of Cambridge, 2006
Will was approached with a request to work with a theme of local butterflies for the three gateways into Rev. Thomas J. Williams Park.
The butterflies and moths depicted are indigenous to Massachusetts. The Tiger Swallowtail was so popular that Will would later rework this image for a private client (that image can be accessed here).