Public Art at South Ridge

South Ridge Art students created two new works of public art to enrich our life at South Ridge School. 2016 Seniors Krystal Karppinen, Mallory Thibault, Reid Clark, Lindsey Weme and Spencer Stroschein all added their ideas in creating two public art works. The first is the large sign out in the football/baseball ball park. The sign is beautifully painted and includes the panther claw marks.

The second work is on the windows near “The Jungle” Credit Union. After researching the theme, taking into consideration input from the client, students designed and painted the windows in an effort to make the Credit Union more inviting and private. Their proposal was approved by the Credit Union Manager, South Ridge administration, maintenance and a number of senior art students.

Creating public art enriches the community and reflects who we are to our community at large. It is a wonderful opportunity.0197fe13fac904d5a4de0e4fbe87229833e51cb17f

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