The installation of the public art project “Intersections” was installed at Selby Five Points Park Friday afternoon.
“Bharata,” an abstract figurative by Claudia Jane Klein, illustrates the “scorpion” yoga position. It was placed on a concrete pad in the park’s brick walking path.
Intersections is comprised of twelve sculptures placed throughout downtown to encourage people to take a walking tour.
A total of three sculptures are in Selby Five Points Park. Other sculpture locations include the 1400 block of First Street, First Street and Central Avenue, First Street and Lemon Avenue, Main Street and Lemon Avenue, Laurel Street and Orange Avenue, 50 block of Palm Avenue, Palm Avenue and McAnsh Street and Bayfront Park.
The artwork will be on display through November 2011.
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