Surround the Railroad Tracks with Art

SculpturePark.jpgI feel a little guilty about leaving Griff and Tracy to do Monday’s podcast without me…

…very little.

However, I thought I’d at least better blog something or they might take away my press pass that, at least according to Morgan, was going to get me backstage at a Shins concert…or something like that…

…so I took a stroll up to the new Sculpture Garden and snapped a few pictures.

This shot is not the most flattering of the Garden; however, it is revealing. Although I’d read a couple of articles about it, I only realized something rather important when I was actually standing in the site.

The Sculpture Garden lines both sides of the railroad tracks.

So, I guess if you’ve got rail tracks running through your downtown, you should surround it with a Sculpture Garden.

Glenn Switzer, are you still listening?

4 thoughts on “Surround the Railroad Tracks with Art”

  1. Great photo and comments, Ross. Now can I up the ante and get you moblogging? Just snap a pic with your camera phone (you DO have one, right?)… contact me and I’ll give you the address for sending to LG.

  2. Ross, you might want to let our LG readers where the heck you are and what you’re doing there. When most of us hear “sculpture garden” we think Mpls. Something tells me you’re not in Kansas any more.

    No podcast this week either, so nyah nyah nyah!

  3. Hey Griff:

    Check http://www.nddc.org for details on my trip…though I had breakfast with a bunch of folks from Kansas.

    Hey Tracy:

    I’ve got a picture with your name on it but I’m saving it for the Tomato Toss so I’ll have to take another one for the mob.

    See you both Downtown,

    Ross

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