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Help select outdoor art
- Lake Oswego Review - News
For the fourth year, the Lake Oswego Foundation for the Arts, in partnership with the city of Lake Oswego, offers Lake Oswegans the opportunity to vote for a piece in the Gallery Without Walls rotating collection for the city to purchase. Ballots are available in today's newspaper on page A10, at city hall and online at www.lofa.org.
There are 10 pieces to select from:
Dancing Fool #5, by Micajah Bienvenu, located on Third street between A and B avenues.
Ariel, by Nancy Clough, located at Lower Millennium Park.
Reinventing the Wheel, by Heidi Erickson, located at the corner of Second and B.
Cien Anos by Devin Laurence Field, located on A Avenue at First Street.
Meeting Family, by Ray Huston, located in front of Key Bank.
Orca, by Travis Pond, located in Foothills Park.
Pods #15, 16, 19 by Kate Simmons, located in Evergreen Park, at Evergreen and Third.
VII - 5, by Volar, located on A Avenue near First Street.
Anillos, by Maria Wickwire, located on First Street, near A Avenue.
Ancestral Being Wakes the Soul and Dream of the Soul, by Lillian Pitt, located on First Street, near B Avenue.