Sculpture Installation: Part 2- Frolicking in Franconia, MN

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In the first part of this post, I had mentioned that when I started architectural grad school my very first assignment for my studio course was to create a sculptural installation for Franconia Sculpture Park in Minnesota. Along with three of my classmates, we designed and built this piece called Apertures in 3 weeks. Three of those days were spent getting to know the artist in residence, helping out with a festival, and installing our work.  Today, I’m sharing some shots of  our stay in this whimsical place. Enjoy and visit if you have a chance because it is a really interesting place.

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Bonus Iron Pouring!!IMG_1212IMG_1217

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