FIESTA IN THE GRASS was created by Harry Anderson in 1975 for an outdoor sculpture exhibition in the azalea garden of the Philadelphia Museum of Art to celebrate the upcoming U. S. bicentennial. The exhibition was curated by Mary Kilroy. In 1976 Anderson will use the installation documentation to create a silkscreen print, titled FIESTA IN THE GRASS. He will also use these images along with the documentation of other site specific works that incorporated Fiestaware in his artist book, FIESTAISM.
FIESTA IN THE GRASS site specific installation sculpture exhibition in the azalea garden of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Fiesta ware
this detail of Fiesta in the Grass was used as source material for a silkscreen print of the same name and in Anderson's artist book Fiestaism.