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Carrie Moyer

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Public art installation called "I See What You Mean". It stands 40' tall with an exterior lapis lazuli blue coloring. Created by sculptor Lawrence Argent -

Public Art Sculptures Your Kids Will Love (Beans, Blue Bears + Trolls)

Aww the Big Blue Bear! Public art installation called "I See What You Mean". Created by sculptor Lawrence Argent - for the Colorado Convention Center in Denver.

Sally Russell Totem Sculptures www.sculpturesite.com/SALLYRUSSELL_Art.cfm?ArtistsID=199&NewID+5387

(Totem made of cans) russell public art/sculpture inspiration. Could have the group make a group totem with 1 can painted by each student; or support network/family/important relationships totem*~bcp

Funnel Tunnel, a temporary public art installation by artist Patrick Renner, commissioned by Art League Houston. (Photography by B. Tse)

creativity art "Funnel Tunnel, a temporary public art installation by artist Patrick Renner, commissioned by Art League Houston.

Public Art Installations from Numen / For Use Design Collective

Gallery of Public Art Installations from Numen / For Use Design Collective - 39

Image 39 of 101 from gallery of Public Art Installations from Numen / For Use Design Collective. Courtesy of Numen / For Use

Kurt Perschke - RedBall Project - traveling public art installation has traversed the globe, appearing in many cities. I chose the red ball project because it just seemed like a cool project and interesting ideas to get an insight into the red ball project.

RedBall Project

Kurt Perschke’s The Red Ball Project is reshaping cities. Made of flexible vinyl, his big red ball transforms spaces into pieces of art.

An installation using plastic bottles and colored liquid-- it looks like flowers from below.

Morning coffee (39 photos)

Michelle Lerner I want to do this in the spring An installation using plastic bottles and colored liquid-- it looks like flowers from below.

"Play-Doh" bunnies installed all over New York City

20 Creative Public Works of Art

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