It’s a new year of sculptures. 56 of them were installed in Downtown Sioux Falls Saturday morning for the annual SculptureWalk.
The sculptures are incredible to look at, but have you ever wondered who the artists behind the sculptures are?
Artists waited patiently to see their sculptures go up and now they’re ready to show them off to the community.
Sherri Treeby and Lee Leuning are no strangers to the Sioux Falls sculpture walk. They’ve been participating since the start and are especially excited for this years pieces for the 15th anniversary. They have two sculptures.
“Carmen Miranda, actually it’s ‘Carmen Marimba’ for the marimba drums. We love play on words,” said Leuning.
Their goal with their sculptures is to make them memorable as well as interactive.
“We want people to spend time. you know not just walk by,” said Leuning.
People are welcome to hit the drums on Carmin Murimba.
The other one is the newspaper delivery boy. They wanted it tell a story.
“Delivery boy, newspaper it’s the thing of the past but that was a huge part of Sioux Falls culture. That’s going to relate to some of the older and maybe be inspiring to some of the younger,” said Leuning…
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