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Ashlars , 2013

by Charles Fisher

 

Mediums: Paint, Aluminum

Location: Downtown; 202 South 20th Street Courtyard of the Scottish Rite

Owner: Scottish Rite

Additional Information: The artist's inspiration for this piece was the Masonic concept of the Rough Ashlar and the Perfect Ashlar. Using the symbolism of the medieval stone masons who traveled Europe building the great cathedrals, the ashlars are central to Freemasonry. The rough ashlar represents an imperfect stone hewn from the quarry and the perfect ashlar, represents the same stone, after the craftsman has carved the stone. In Freemasonry, the ashlars represent the symbolic journey from imperfection toward perfection through education, our own work, and faith. Every Lodge, whether it is in Nebraska or elsewhere in the United States, or any Masonic Lodge in the world, will prominently have a rough and perfect Ashlar in the room to remind members of that symbolic journey.


Bamberos , 9/11/2013

by Angel Ozuna; Enrique Rodriguez; Alex Roskelly; Bryan Pena

 

Mediums: Aerosol

Owner: Joslyn Art Museum

Additional Information: Mural made possible with support from Omaha Public Works. Joslyn’s Kent Bellows Mentoring Program enrolled the mural artists into the Urban Arts Program, a graffiti abatement and prevention project aimed at giving teens interested in graffiti a legal and constructive outlet to express themselves while building professional mural skills.


Nailed It , 2013

by Paul Konchagulian

 

Mediums: Steel

Location: Downtown; Little Italy - 8th Street Between Pierce and Pacific Streets

Owner: Bluestone Development


Willy Nilly , 2013

by Catherine Ferguson

 

Mediums: Paint, Aluminum

Location: West; 6710 South 167th Street SW corner in front of Walmart

Owner: Walmart


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