Date early 60’s?
Mosaic of four snails on a large leaf (26” x 94 x ?”). Along the two toned horizontal green leaf, four grey snails with brown and yellow shells are spaced in the of the middle of the curvy leaf. Around the outside of the leaf are abstract flying green and white bugs. Concrete and tiles.
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Artist: Designed by Harry Bliss and constructed by Al Ventura
Title: Breakaway (in memory of Eric Christopher Johnson)
“Rising to a Higher Realm…” Donate by Johnson family & friends
Wall mounted stainless steel with curved oblong shapes and half circles in six sections. These metal shapes have upward motion.
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Artist: Jim Grey
Title: Memory of Albert and Reba Chamness
Date: 1957 (dedication)
A white plaster relief (48” x 32” x 3”) that is a wall mounted triangle shape, showing a woman standing with a sickle. Two men planting seeds are below her.
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Artist: Kenneth Capps
This large (30’ x 20’) (base 3” x 2’ x 4’) sculpture has abstract forms of a red rusted steel frame with wire cables suspending large aged grey wood beams on a concrete base. It looks very precarious as the objects jut out in several directions.
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Artist: Harry Bliss
Date: 1975 updated 1995
Very large red stained wooden clock tower that is held up by four telephone poles. The clock faces are metal with gold hands. The tower has many vertical wooden beams that mimic a traditional cathedral tower.
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