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Which sculpture would you choose?

Which sculpture would you like to add to the Art Council of Lake Oswego’s Gallery Without Walls? It’s time to cast your vote for the People’s Choice from among five sculptures:

by: SUBMITTED PHOTOS - Siblings by Olinka Broadfoot1) “Siblings” by Olinnka Broadfoot, currently located at First Street between A and Evergreen

Cloud Totem by Rils Burwell2) “Cloud Totem” by Rils Burwell, located at Third Street and Evergreen

Silent Watcher by Lloyd Whannell3) “Silent Watcher” by Lloyd Whannell, located on A Avenue between First and Second streets

The Road Through Texas by George Tobolowsky4) “The Road Through Texas” by George Tobolowsky, located at First Street and A Ave.

Sunrise in the City by Jesse Swickard5) “Sunrise in the City” by Jesse Swickard, located at Third Street between A and B

“Anyone who lives or works in Lake Oswego is eligible to vote, one vote per person,” said Nancy Nye, executive director of the Arts Council of Lake Oswego. The sculpture receiving the most votes will be purchased and added to the city’s Gallery Without Walls collection.

Ballots will be available at local businesses and ballot boxes will be located at the Arts Council office and Museum 510 at 510 First St.; Lake Oswego City Hall, Lake Oswego Chamber of Commerce, Lake Oswego Library and the city’s Park and Recreation offices located in the West End Building. Paper ballots may be mailed to Arts Council of Lake Oswego, P.O. Box 369, Lake Oswego, OR 97034.

You can also vote online at artscouncillo.org.



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