Kim Allen: My choice is Poised for Flight – the sculpture of the woman near the Senior Center. I admire her grace and elegance every day as I head to the trail for my run. My other favorite is Pi in the Sky III that used to be at Luke McRedmond Landing – reminds me of my kids who both love math!
David Carson: As a big fan of America’s Pastime, mine has to be The First Pitch at Grass Lawn Park. It has a very fluid form that gives the illusion of motion capturing a pitcher’s motion beautifully. It looks even better when it’s wet (which, coincidentally, seems to be every time I’m there).
Richard Cole: The firefighter at the downtown fire station – A Helping Hand. It demonstrates the reaching out to all citizens that all firefighters are known and respected for.
Nancy McCormick: My choice is Flora Grande. It seems a natural because in almost every room of my home I have art of flowers, from drawings to photography and I love the beauty of nature.
Hank Myers: My favorite piece of art is the graffiti wall at the skate park. It is dynamic, colorful and spirited like the artists who create it.
Pat Vache: The Flat Tire moved on so I can no longer claim it as my favorite Redmond art. I can only hope that as it made it way down the trail it stopped and chatted with the Sitting Woman and perhaps discovered her enduring mystery.
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|Kimberly Allen||David Carson||Richard Cole||Hank Margeson||Nancy McCormick
|Hank Myers||Pat Vache