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Sculpture Trail art available for purchase

The Park Rapids Sculpture Trail is due to be renewed. A guided tour is scheduled for May 22.

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Mark V. Hall of Kasota created the intricate sculpture called “Sprout and Shard."
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The Park Rapids Sculpture Trail will be refreshed soon.

Downtown shoppers and Red Bridge Park visitors who have enjoyed the artworks on display during the past year are reminded that all 11 sculptures are available for purchase.

Five of the sculptures were installed last June in Red Bridge Park and six in downtown Park Rapids, on Main Avenue and at the Armory Arts and Events Center.

The city of Park Rapids and the Park Rapids Arts and Culture Commission have received entries for sculptures for 2021-22. New works will be installed later this month, with a dedication and guided walk of the new artworks planned for 10 a.m. Saturday, May 22.

For information about how to contact the artists, sculpture materials and costs of each piece up for sale, visit the sculpture artist summary at www.heartlandarts.org/pages/sculpture-trail/sculpture-trail.php.

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