A Museum Without Walls  

A museum without walls with access to all is the vision of the Springfield Art Council. Public art has proven itself to play a major role in rejuvenating Springfield’s down town area. It is adorned with a collection of art sculptures scattered throughout. These sculptures add to our city’s heritage, character and diversity.

For Creekside’s monthly Scenic Drive our community members boarded the bus to follow the path that winds through the Outdoor Museum.  The tour included information about the artists and the inspiration for each of their pieces.

By the end of the drive it, was a unanimous decision as to which one was the groups favorite sculptor. The “Pots and Pans Tree” was the most relatable to all the women aboard the bus! This sculpture was literally filled with antique pots and pans of all shapes and sizes. You guessed it…this piece was the only sculpture created by a woman.


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