Art blooms at Assembly Row

Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe

Live/work/shop enclave Assembly Row is suddenly a little more colorful, thanks to the developer’s commitment to a series of public art installations. So far, six pieces have debuted, including the newest, “Bloom,” a collection of four outsize flower sculptures. Created by 3D Design Studio at Artists for Humanity, a local nonprofit that supports underserved urban youth for design work, the art should help ward off the winter blahs. Other eye-catching installations include colorful murals painted on a parking garage, shipping containers, and an underpass. Assembly Row, 355 Artisan Way, Somerville, assemblyrow.com