Artists Jonas Sebura (left) and Alex Gartelmann were inspired to create the ramp by their love of skateboard culture. It will be featured in an exhibit at the John Michael Koher Arts Center, in Sheboygan, Wis., exploring places formative to the participating artists’ sense of self.
Artists Jonas Sebura (left) and Alex Gartelmann were inspired to create the ramp by their love of skateboard culture. It will be featured in an exhibit at the John Michael Koher Arts Center, in Sheboygan, Wis., exploring places formative to the participating artists’ sense of self. Tim Rogers
Artists Jonas Sebura (left) and Alex Gartelmann were inspired to create the ramp by their love of skateboard culture. It will be featured in an exhibit at the John Michael Koher Arts Center, in Sheboygan, Wis., exploring places formative to the participating artists’ sense of self. Tim Rogers

A sculpture for skating becomes a path to healing

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