I received a delightful variety of responses to my inquiry about the last place y’all enjoyed public art. There were seasonal/temporary creations as well as permanent sculpture; there was artwork ranging in scale from silver dollar-sized rocks to 20-foot tall monumental creations; and the locales ranged from neighborhoods to university campuses to national parks. In at least one case, the creator of the art is anonymous.
Compiled from the responses, here are some places across the United States to see public art:
Originally, I committed to giving away a singular set of 'Aegis' mini-sculpture bookends to one of the respondents. Instead, I rewarded each of the folks who answered my query.
Another reason I made a set for each entrant was to keep my skills in check by creating the same form over and over again -- kinda like going to the gym. While I was at it, I made some as tokens of appreciation for those who show me kindness in my daily goings-on in this hustle-bustle world. Cheers!
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