Sculptor Jacob Burmood with Plumb Twisted, a sculpture made of steel, fiberglass, resin, red iron oxide and graphite. The work is the first of three sculptures to be chosen for the Public Arts Sculpture Program. It will be on display at a park near the Clay County Archives in Liberty for one year.
Sculptor Jacob Burmood with Plumb Twisted, a sculpture made of steel, fiberglass, resin, red iron oxide and graphite. The work is the first of three sculptures to be chosen for the Public Arts Sculpture Program. It will be on display at a park near the Clay County Archives in Liberty for one year. Photo provided
Sculptor Jacob Burmood with Plumb Twisted, a sculpture made of steel, fiberglass, resin, red iron oxide and graphite. The work is the first of three sculptures to be chosen for the Public Arts Sculpture Program. It will be on display at a park near the Clay County Archives in Liberty for one year. Photo provided

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