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July 21st, 2010 · 1 Comment

This past weekend I was in Chicago, cruising Lakeshore Drive and decided to make a quick side trip to check out a mural that I have been meaning to visit for quite some time now. 

Last summer this unique addition was made to Chicago’s collecion of public art displays in celebration of the city’s Native American population.  After months of community meetings and six weeks of installation, the 3,200 square inch piece was unveiled.  Spanning the entire Foster Avenue underpass,  this colorful display interweaves both time and heritage through its use of Native American symbolism.

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Posted by: Allie_Kushnir · Tags: art · public art

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