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The curved bronze arc of this piece recalls the Portland Arch, a massive sandstone formation that is one of the state’s few National Natural Landmarks. The stained glass placed inside the bronze frame depicts Fountain County’s lengthy agricultural heritage, by colorful, stylized ears of corn. This is one of a few pieces along the 92 County Walk that can be viewed from the outside or the inside on the museum.
Designers Jeff Laramore and David Jameson Young of 2nd Globe, an
Medium type: Mixed Media
Date created: 2001
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