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Lancaster park gets new sculpture

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_MG_1677The Revolutions of Brandon Park, an 18 foot high stainless steel interactive solar-powered, energy-efficient sculpture  created by Fairfield Enterprises was installed Tuesday at Brandon Park adjacent to J.W. Price Elementary School and the Lancaster Recreation Center on Fairview Avenue in Lancaster.

Neighborhood residents, recreation center and school representatives, and a selection committee helped to guide the artist and artwork selection process.
The sculptural installation was made possible by a grant from the 2011 Sprite Spark Parks Project and also funding from the National Endowment for the Arts and the City of Lancaster.

A dedication ceremony for the Brandon Park Renovations will take place in the spring.

 

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