Albert Paley’s “Variance,” displayed last year in New York, will be placed in the median of Tomahawk Creek Parkway in Leawood.<252><137>Albert Paley constructed “Variance”, a 17’ high X 12’ wide X 3’ deep, stainless steel piece, as one of 13 pieces that was be exhibited on Park Avenue in New York City, said April Bishop, the city’s cultural arts coordinator. This artwork is intended to be centerpiece of the city’s Sculpture Garden. The Paley piece would significantly advance the importance of the city’s collection as Paley pieces can be found in permanent collections of major museums and corporations throughout the world, Bishop said.<137><137><252><137>
Albert Paley’s “Variance,” displayed last year in New York, will be placed in the median of Tomahawk Creek Parkway in Leawood.<252><137>Albert Paley constructed “Variance”, a 17’ high X 12’ wide X 3’ deep, stainless steel piece, as one of 13 pieces that was be exhibited on Park Avenue in New York City, said April Bishop, the city’s cultural arts coordinator. This artwork is intended to be centerpiece of the city’s Sculpture Garden. The Paley piece would significantly advance the importance of the city’s collection as Paley pieces can be found in permanent collections of major museums and corporations throughout the world, Bishop said.<137><137><252><137>
Albert Paley’s “Variance,” displayed last year in New York, will be placed in the median of Tomahawk Creek Parkway in Leawood.<252><137>Albert Paley constructed “Variance”, a 17’ high X 12’ wide X 3’ deep, stainless steel piece, as one of 13 pieces that was be exhibited on Park Avenue in New York City, said April Bishop, the city’s cultural arts coordinator. This artwork is intended to be centerpiece of the city’s Sculpture Garden. The Paley piece would significantly advance the importance of the city’s collection as Paley pieces can be found in permanent collections of major museums and corporations throughout the world, Bishop said.<137><137><252><137>

Abstract sculpture to be added to median of Tomahawk Creek Parkway in Leawood

September 16, 2014 8:55 PM

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