Voting open for Peoples Choice to be added to GWW sculpture collection
It's time to choose Lake Oswego's next permanent sculpture for the Gallery Without Walls. If you live or work in Lake Oswego, you are invited to vote for your favorite from five of the loaned sculptures currently on display.
View the five sculptures under consideration at these locations:
* 'Vincent,' by Keith Jellum on First Street between A Avenue and Evergreen Street. 'This is not a rabbit,' Jellum said of his art.
* 'Siblings' by Olinka Broadfoot is also located at First Street between A Avenue and Evergreen Street. Broadfoot said of the piece: 'Interconnections: At times through our hearts, at times by our will, at times unconsciously, but always.'
* 'Heron' by Bud Egger, is located on First Street between A Avenue and Evergreen Street. It is made of 'marble reclaimed from Oregon State Capitol building in 1982 during a restoration project,' he said.
* 'Cougar' by Steve Tyree, is located on Second Street at B Avenue. The scuplture is made from hammered and welded bronze sheet.
* 'Life on the Bubble,' by David Middlebrook is on A Avenue at Fourth Street. Middlebrook describes the art: ''Life on the Bubble' is a delicate balance of life and sustainability for native peoples and modern society. The inner tube, the planet … connect the dots.'
Ballots are available online at www.artscouncillo.org or at city hall and the library. They must be received by April 1 at 5 p.m.
Physical ballots must be returned to city hall, 380 A Avenue or mailed to the Arts Council of Lake Oswego, P.O. 369, Lake Oswego, OR, 97034.