“Henry,” depicting a large playful-looking dog, was constructed from salved materials, including a hay baler, tractor, and gas station supports. The sculpture has an estimated value of $12,000. “Henry” is on display on Cleveland Street between Osceola and Ft. Harrison.
The Sculpture 360: Art in the Cleveland Street District series, now in its second year, is intended to provide “high-quality, vibrant, and engaging public artwork to the citizens and visitors of Clearwater,” while enhancing the reputation of Clearwater as an arts-friendly city. Each piece of art will be displayed for one full year. For more information, visit www.myclearwater.com/culturalarts and click on the Sculpture 360 link