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Posted on: February 21, 2019

Two New Sculptures Installed in Green Bay

Rainbow pyramid sculpture located at Fisk and Dousman, created by Malachi Duffey.

The snow may still be falling, but the City of Green Bay’s Public Arts Commission is still busy installing artwork.

On February 11th, two new pieces were installed as part of the Rotating Art Program – Painted Pyramid Series.

Earlier in September three artists were selected to participate in this program and paint sculptures constructed out of plywood. Beau Thomas, Kira Dampier and Malachi Duffey were selected to bring their designs to life. 

Beau Thomas’ piece Criminal Color located at Leicht Park was installed earlier in October. Artist Malachi Duffey created 8-bit Rainbow which is now located at the corner of Fisk and Dousman. Greek Goddess by Kira Dampier can be found at the intersection of Shawano Avenue and 12th Avenue.

These pieces will be on display for one whole year and are available for purchase. These pieces are part of the Green Bay Public Art Commission’s Rotating Art Program.

Any artists interested in participating in the Rotating Art Program can submit sculpture proposals to the Green Bay Public Arts Commission. Details on the project can be found on the Green Bay Public Arts Commission web page.

Artists and artist teams of any age are encouraged to apply. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and reviewed by the members of the Green Bay Public Arts Commission as submissions are entered. 

To learn more about the Public Arts Commission or about participating in the Rotating Art Program, visit us online at www.greenbaywi.gov/pac or contact Public Arts Coordinator, Laura Schley at 920-448-3142 / email: laurasc@greenbaywi.gov.


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