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Liberty’s New Public Art Program Unveils First Sculpture
Liberty’s New Public Art Program Unveils First Sculpture
On a steamy day in July, the City of Liberty and the Liberty Arts Commission unveiled a new sculpture in historic downtown Liberty. Jacob Burmood’s Plumb Twisted, a sculpture of steel, fiberglass, resin, red iron oxide and graphite, is the first sculpture selected through a new public art grant program in the City of Liberty.
According to the artist, the 5½ foot tall Plumb Twisted is “an expression of organic movement and gravitational pull. The contrast of these forces reaches a compromise in the middle where the twirling thorns begin to point downward and stretch to the ground to create a support structure.”
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