Posted on 16 September 2016.
A unique metal sculpture, made by artist Steve Anderson, of Anderson’s Metal Sculpture, was installed last week on the property behind where the new library is being built, at the corner of Main and W. Maple Street.
“This sculpture, donated by the Community Building Development Team, will add the cultural touch that enhances the educational nature of all the projects planned for this ten-acre site,” said Library Director Donna Clark. “It will add culture and beauty within the areas of the rain gardens and near the planned library building.”
The sculpture is a stainless steel, artistic representation of cattails among dragonflies. It will provide a point of special interest for children and adults alike, and will enhance the area that is home to the historic, Cedar Springs natural flowing spring.
Anderson is the same artist that also created the metal hawk sculptures at Cedar Springs High School and the athletic stadium.
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Posted on 09 September 2016.
View of the new library as of Wednesday, Sept. 7. Photo from Community Building Development Team Facebook page.
If you’ve driven down Main Street recently, you can’t help but notice that the walls are up on the new Cedar Springs Public Library at the corner of Main and Maple Streets. It’s coming along quickly! Also installed on Thursday was a new metal dragonfly sculpture in the area near the flowing well (behind the library), which will be part of the new rain garden area. Watch next week’s paper for more on that piece, created by local artist Steve Anderson.
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Posted on 27 September 2013.
Doris Vinton’s untitled entry.
The most popular vote getter in the first annual Red Flannel Art Review also took first place in the 2-dimensional juried category.
Doris Vinton’s untitled entry, hosted by B&B Beauty Salon, netted more popular votes than any other entry. Almost 600 votes were cast in the debut event. Winners of the contest were announced at the Craft Beer and Wine Tasting on Saturday, September 21.
Other winners included: first place, 3-Dimensional juried prize Amita Modzelewski, “Geschichte,” hosted by the Amish Warehouse; second place 3-Dimensional juried prize Steve Anderson, “Golumn,” hosted by Probst Floor Coverings; first place 2-dimensional juried prize Doris Vinton, untitled, hosted by B&B Beauty Salon; and second place 2-dimensional juried prize Martha Bobb, “The Old School House and its Memories,” hosted by The Curiosity Shoppe.
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