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The city's public art fund took a $2.26 million hit in the 2014 bond program when the City Council decided to spend more money on transportation than art. Because of that cut from $5.84 million to $3.58 million, the Fort Worth Public Art Commission
Police in Baltimore are investigating after a sculpture and sculpture materials were stolen from an artist's yard. Television station WJZ-TV (http://cbsloc.al/1u2YOgR ) reports a bird sculpture was taken from the yard of artist Jim Pollock in Hampden.
Sculptors are creating some very interesting public art out of dead or dying trees in Chicago. The art is on display at 10 parks across the city, including Nicolette Ross' intricate woven patterns in Washington Park. Over at Jackson Park, you can
The Landmark Mural sits just inside the Jasper County Historical Museum off the lobby.It is another beautiful sculpture by Herman L...Mr. Deaton's newest sculpture in Newton is the bronze Edna, Before Maytag located at the U.S...At first glance, The
When you look at this beautiful park and the backdrop, I think it's just begging for this sort of use,'' Ms Turner said. ''It's used by a lot of dog walkers but this brings something to the broader community and those people who don't have a dog.''
For portrait bronze sculptor Tom White, the passion is in the details...Take White's 9-1/2-foot-tall sculpture of former Baylor University quarterback and current Washington Redskins star signal-caller Robert Griffin III, which he recently completed
Think that building sand castles are relegated to kids with plastic buckets and shovels? One couple has taken sand sculpting to dramatic new heights in a career that has spanned the globe. Briton Paul Hoggard and his Dutch wife Remy say they create
An enormous abstract sculpture, a sailboat of sorts, rests on a pedestal at the intersection of Beverly and San Vicente boulevards in West Hollywood. Its dark, carbon-fiber sails seem to billow in the wind, and corkscrew spirals of stainless steel,
Center or the Lone Tree Arts Center, you're suddenly beginning to see arts and culture, which is not only relevant to the quality of life but also to economic development," said Parker economic development director John Hall. The state's fastest-
A painting from Claude Monet's "Nympheas" ("Water Lilies") series, sells for £31,722,500 at a Sotheby's auction in London...The Globe and Mail Multimedia The occasion was the world premiere of Every day needs an urgent whistle blown into it ,