Tuesday, August 13, 2013

8-13-2013 More Public Art in Portland, Oregon

Part of the fun of walking the various neighborhoods all around the city is seeing a big diversity of public art.  Here are some more pictures of Cara's favorite public art:

Eric and brother Dan with a friendly beaver on NE Alberta Street.
Interactive art piece on W Burnside.  The wind can make it sway a little, but people can really get it moving.
Eric sitting on "Mago Hermano" ("Brother Wizard/Magician") by Maestro Alejandro Colunga.  (It said "Please have a seat" right on the base!)  This piece can be found in the lobby of Antoinette Hatfield Hall at SW Broadway  & Main.
These trees are called "YA-WA" (Chinook for "there it is") by Judy Pfaff.
This piece is located outside the entrance to a building at SW 2nd & Alder.

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