R.M. Fischer’s “Sky Stations,” high above Bartle Hall, helped to transform Kansas City’s skyline and assert the city’s image as an art-friendly locale.
R.M. Fischer’s “Sky Stations,” high above Bartle Hall, helped to transform Kansas City’s skyline and assert the city’s image as an art-friendly locale. File photo
R.M. Fischer’s “Sky Stations,” high above Bartle Hall, helped to transform Kansas City’s skyline and assert the city’s image as an art-friendly locale. File photo

Kansas City’s investment in public art has grown

August 07, 2015 05:34 PM