The City of Glendale, Arizona added a couple more sculptures from the National Sculptors' Guild.
Charter member, Gary Alsum's "Frog Legs" and "Picture Books were both added to the city's growing public art collection in 1997.
"Frog Legs" is a bronze sculpture depicting a couple of kids playing the school yard game of Leap Frog, It is full of motion captured in a single moment.
"Picture Books" is appropriately located at the Glendale Public Library (59th Ave and Brown St) as it depicts two young children reading books with their dog. The pages feature illustrations as line drawings. One can sit next to the kids and be part of the artwork in this bronze bench artwork.
NSG Public Art Placements 42 and 43, 1997
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