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Artists transform traffic boxes in Lodi

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Posted: Friday, May 17, 2013 12:00 am

Patti Wallace stood on a busy street corner at Pine Street and Cherokee Lane, a brush dripping with brown paint in her hand. She hemmed and hawed, looking for the right angle to apply a nose to the face she was creating on the side of a traffic control signal box on the sidewalk. A dropcloth taped around the base of the box protected the sidewalk, and a line sketch of her design was lightly penciled in on its surface.

"I try not to work when it's real hot out," she said. "On these metal boxes, the paint dries faster than I can get it on there."

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