East El Paso Park Has An Unusual Sculpture And You Won’t Believe What It’s Made Of
I was doing some shopping Thursday afternoon when I drove past one of my favorite parks in the city. It's across the street from Eastwood Knolls International School on Wedgewood, and it's probably one of the prettiest places in the city. The park has rolling hills and plenty of to run around, and at one end, there is a great playground for the beasties.
But what caught my eye was a new park sculpture. From far away, I couldn't really tell what it was, just that it sat on one of the hills and was a striking red and green color:
As I made my way up the hill, I could see that it was supposed to be a flower, but I couldn't figure out what the material was that made up the sculpture:
Finally, up close, I saw that it is supposed to be a cluster of flowers and they're made up of Radio Flyer red wagons. It really is an amazing piece of public art that you should see up close:
I hope that the City continues to put interesting art like this in other parks: