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Hottea

Walking around Minneapolis you might come across one of the many impermanent yarn works from the HOTTEA project. You can learn more about the project via an article on MPLSART.com or via flickr. This image was taken by Will Lager at the Walker Library at the corner of Hennepin Ave and Lagoon Ave in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Sculpture by Tim Cassidy, Burlington Northern Park, Wadena, image courtesy of the Five Wings Regional Arts Council

Karl Unnash,John Marshall High School,2010

Stain Glass window by Karl Unnash at John Marshall High School, 2010

Broken Crow, Rural Mural, 2010

Blue Rooster mural by Broken Crow, 2010

Broken Crow, Rural Mural, 2010

Blue Ibex mural by Broken Crow, 2010

Marcus Young, Wishes for the Sky, 2007

Marcus Young, Wishes for the Sky, 2007

Reclining Woman by Mary Williams of Clitherall, limestone

Reclining Woman by Mary Williams of Clitherall, limestone, Green Island Sculpture Walk, Wadena

Nancy Ann Coyne, Speaking of Home, 2008

 

 

 

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