The art installation, titled, “Weight of your Heart, Weight of a Feather,” entails a large fulcrum standing between two large screens, reminiscent of the scales of justice by artists David B. Dahlquist and Matt Niebuhr. It is set to be placed in front of the justice building, located near 119th Street and Tomahawk Parkway.
The art installation, titled, “Weight of your Heart, Weight of a Feather,” entails a large fulcrum standing between two large screens, reminiscent of the scales of justice by artists David B. Dahlquist and Matt Niebuhr. It is set to be placed in front of the justice building, located near 119th Street and Tomahawk Parkway. RDG Dahlquist Art Studio
The art installation, titled, “Weight of your Heart, Weight of a Feather,” entails a large fulcrum standing between two large screens, reminiscent of the scales of justice by artists David B. Dahlquist and Matt Niebuhr. It is set to be placed in front of the justice building, located near 119th Street and Tomahawk Parkway. RDG Dahlquist Art Studio

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