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Lighthouse Public Art Project, 1-6 of 51

Here are 6 of the 51 light bulb art scattered around Lincoln that will eventually be auctioned as a fundraiser for Lighthouse.  You can learn more, including titles, artists, and locations for each piece, at the Lighthouse site.  I'm avoiding looking at the site because we want to just "run across" the light bulbs without learning locations in advance.  More photos later. . . .






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Keli said…
Ooh I haven't seen the guitar one! I think that is my favorite (so far)!
Claudia Aguilar said…
this sounds like fun!
@Keli--Downtown on S. 13th Street at a law firm near Billy's Restaurant.

@Claudia--We are having fun. Sort of like a treasure hunt.
Becky said…
Of course, I like the one with the irises!
@Becky--Of course! That particular one is actually at St. Elizabeth, so I think of you morning and evening during my walk by. :)

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