Fruits of farming display
Fruits of Farming
by George Lundeen
It is of a man and a child sitting in a wheel-borrow. It has a woman standing with a basket of fruit. In the center of the display is a sack of vegetables, a milk can, and box of cherries. These fruits and vegetables represent the farming products produced in Mason County for its heritage of farming. This ninth sculpture of the Mason County Sculpture Trail was added the summer of 2010. Lundeen is from Holdrege, Nebraska. He was a Fulbright-Hayes Scholar studying at the Academia de Belle Arte in Florence, Italy. Lundeen has various degrees related to art from the University of Nebraska and the University of Illinois. He also holds a bachelor of arts from Hastings College. Lundeen lives and works in Loveland, Colorado. He has a sculpting studio there that he established in the 1970s. Lundeen has done commissioned work to sculpt portraits and interpretive works for universities, municipalities, foundations, and corporations. He is a member of the National Academy of Design and the National Sculpture Society. Medium: Bronze
Location 391 S William St, Ludington, MI 49431
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