Olathe Gov’t – 2010 Downtown Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit in Place

2010 Downtown Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit in Place
Exhibits for the 2010 Downtown Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit are now in place. Now in its sixth year, the exhibit displays sculptures on-loan from artists throughout the Midwest that are rotated annually throughout Olathe’s Original Core area. This year’s exhibit includes eight displays from artists in four states. The pieces were selected by a panel including Robert A. Powell, founder and Executive Director of the Portfolio Gallery and Educational Center in St. Louis, Missouri.

This year’s pieces include: The Red Head, by Conrad Snider of Newton, Kansas located inside City Hall, 100 E. Santa Fe; Rockslide by Robert Lamberson of Dannebrog, Nebraska located in front of City Hall, 100 E. Santa Fe; Half Moon Rising by Stephen Janesko of Tonganoxie, Kansas located on the northeast corner of Santa Fe & Kansas Ave.; Day Blind Stars by Kristin Garnant of Camanche, Iowa located on the northwest corner of Santa Fe & Kansas; Dire Enticement by Beth Nybeck of Cedar Falls, Iowa located on the northeast corner of Chestnut & Poplar; Metamorphosis by Mary Jane Lamberson or Dannebrog, Nebraska located on the southeast corner of Santa Fe & Water; 1300 RBSL by Daniel Munson of Hays, Kansas located on the northeast corner of Park & Cherry; and Prayer Booth by Dylan Mortimer of Kansas City, Missouri located near the pedestrian walkway between the City’s Municipal Building and the City Parking Garage.

Maps, photographs and information about each sculpture is available on the City’s website, www.OlatheKs.org in the Parks and Recreation section.

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