January 13, 2022
  • January 13, 2022

Sculptures

James Balog sees the world in sculptures

by on January 1, 2022 0

On a hot 2014 afternoon, huge orange flames sucked oxygen from the air surrounding the ancient gold mining town of Happy Camp, California. They stretched and danced across the dry valley, ravaging the Klamath National Forest in a fit of black smoke. Photographer James Balog watched from the colder end of the increasing temperature...

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artist donates sculptures to hospital | New

by on November 29, 2021 0

MARINETTE — Five sculptures were recently installed along the Mary Hofer Walking Trail at Aurora Medical Center — Bay Area. John Hofer, executive director of the Provident Health Foundation and former director of marketing for Aurora — Bay Area Medical Center, donated the trail to the hospital in April 2020 in memory of his...

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Hyde Park Holly-Day Returns December 4th Including Ice Sculptures & Reindeer | Business

by on November 25, 2021 0

After a pandemic-necessitated hiatus last year, the University of Chicago’s Hyde Park Holly-Day returns on Saturday, December 4, with outdoor family-only activities at Harper Court and the courtyard at Hyde Park Mall. Around 2016, the Hyde Park Vitality Committee, made up of organizations such as the university, the Hyde Park Chamber of Commerce, the...

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