Monday, January 5, 2009

Stained Glass Mosiac in City Park

This is one of the wonderful things about living in a smaller city in a rural state like Montana; a piece of public artwork will remain undamaged and free of graffiti. This particular piece is in Gibson Park, Great Falls, Montana. (Gibson Park is named after the City's founder, Paris Gibson).

I liked the contrast between the blue of the sky and the mosiac colors with the mostly autumn dullness of the trees and grass.

(Click on photo to open large size view.)

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3 comments:

Rose Works Jewelry said...

That's beautiful!

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artmirror said...

That's beautiful indeed! That as refreshes as warns- puts a rural state versus big city and the famous Art Galleries can just to weep in the result of the comparison.
Nice photo has a great story.

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