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Sculpture donated

July 25, 2013
The Daily Freeman Journal
Artist Maureen Seamonds has donated it sculpture to the Hamilton County Conservation Board for placement near the Boone River trail. The board has accepted donation and will install it permanently later this summer when the information kiosk is finished. Seamonds said the piece, entitled “Our Place in the Sun,' was in honor of her parents, John Chambers and Alice Kennedy Chambers, who always wished to see a bike trail from Briggs Woods to Webster City. On a related note, the Art in Boone River Country Committee is sponsoring its second annual Boone River Country Public Art Sculpture Event Aug. 7 to 9 at West Twin Park in Webster City. Up to 10 sculptures will be chosen to be displayed in the city’s West Twin Park. Juried art professional David Boelter, sculpture professor of Buena Vista University will select three pieces to be on exhibit for a year. Artists wishing to enter the event can find an entry form and other information at wcpride.com. Applications should be sent to Art in Boone River Country Sculpture Event, 1102 Division St., Webster City, IA 50595 or to sculpt@wcpride.com.
No application fee is required to enter.
 
 
 

 

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