MILFORD – Picnic tables protected in sparkling pastel skies and radiant rainbows were lastly debuted on Saturday at Plains Park when the Milford Cultural Council revealed the winners of its “Brush to Table” public art contest. 

People tables can be identified afterwards this 7 days when they’re put in at several community sites all through town. 

On Saturday, 11 picnic tables decorated by local artists ended up exposed to the public during a celebration, table styles ranging from starry nights to psychedelic sunrises, and flowy rainbows to people standing hand-and-hand on top of Earth united by crimson hearts.  

Paul Rao, of Milford, poses with his table, titled "Uniting Milford Through Our Musical Heritage," during an event at Milford's Plains Park where the winning designs for Milford Cultural Council's "Brush 2 Table" community picnic table project were revealed July 24.

Most of the tables also shared that same message of unity.  

“We talk a ton about good suggestions, but when a person arrives to fruition, it is downright magical,” said Molly Auger of the Milford Cultural Council. She waited to see the last final results of the tables in its place of tracking their development together the way, so when she observed the final results it stunned her, she reported.