Sculpture on the University of Dayton campus

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  1. Linda says:

    Thanks, Phil. Public art gives us reason to pause and reflect. However, explain the chairs; or do we just reflect and “fill in the blanks’?

  2. paaron1 says:

    Linda,I guess you are referring to the three black chairs and not the red one. The three are part of a memorial to MLK and are in front of a podium to commemorate his visit to campus. Sorry the photo does not show more of the site which is between the chapel and library. The red chair has meaning I guess to the artist and we will have to find our own meaning. Thanks for commenting.

  3. says:

    Some art is immediately recognizable… others promote the use of our imagination. Both kinds good ‘ food for thought’. Thanks for giving the artists your creative time, Thanksgiving week-end.

  4. paaron1 says:

    the red chairs require the most imagination Thanks for commenting

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