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Lydia Capulet - Lawn fish with bottle caps, PVC, chicken wire and duct tape by the Trista Tretick, Jill Feasley, Ashley Files Flory 2009
"Lydia is the sculpture part of our first go at the Baltimore Kinetic Sculpture Race. She is a snake head fish." Lydia has been in several of the Takoma Park 4th of July parades.

Lydia Capulet - Lawn fish with bottle caps, PVC, chicken wire and duct tape
by the Trista Tretick, Jill Feasley, Ashley Files Flory
2009

"Lydia is the sculpture part of our first go at the Baltimore Kinetic Sculpture Race. She is a snake head fish." Lydia has been in several of the Takoma Park 4th of July parades.

Kangaroo, Bear, Community statutes - cement, paint
by Alice Sims
made sometime in the 1990s


“This art represents the interconnection of life…”

The Way In - stainless steel by Pat Monk “We bought this at the Torpedo Factory in July 2002 for our anniversary.”

The Way In - stainless steel
by Pat Monk
“We bought this at the Torpedo Factory in July 2002 for our anniversary.”

Lydia Capulet - Lawn fish with bottle caps, PVC, chicken wire and duct tape by the Trista Tretick, Jill Feasley, Ashley Files Flory 2009
"Lydia is the sculpture part of our first go at the Baltimore Kinetic Sculpture Race. She is a snake head fish." Lydia has been in several of the Takoma Park 4th of July parades.

Lydia Capulet - Lawn fish with bottle caps, PVC, chicken wire and duct tape
by the Trista Tretick, Jill Feasley, Ashley Files Flory
2009

"Lydia is the sculpture part of our first go at the Baltimore Kinetic Sculpture Race. She is a snake head fish." Lydia has been in several of the Takoma Park 4th of July parades.

Kangaroo, Bear, Community statutes - cement, paint
by Alice Sims
made sometime in the 1990s


“This art represents the interconnection of life…”

The Way In - stainless steel by Pat Monk “We bought this at the Torpedo Factory in July 2002 for our anniversary.”

The Way In - stainless steel
by Pat Monk
“We bought this at the Torpedo Factory in July 2002 for our anniversary.”

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From mosaics to sculpture, art of all varies can be seen on buildings, in yards and even on the sidewalks in the City of Takoma Park. Explore the public gallery!

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