Canton, now Michigan's 11th largest community, has created a national level blueprint of positive change from a farming community to an urban community.
For the fourth year, the Canton Downtown Development Authority, in partnership with the Canton Cultural Commission's Public Art Committee, has placed sculptures along Canton's Ford Rd. These sculptures can be viewed until April, 2010. The sites are located between Westland and Canton Center road. The Canton DDA provided funding for the project and the Public Art Committee juried entries presented by the Midwest Sculpture Initiative.
This year’s exhibition contains varied and colorful pieces. More about the Canton community can be found at | Canton-mi.org. |
Farmington Hills, MI
Hobie Says It's Walking
Wild Blue Yonder
welded & painted stainless steel
fabricated steel & paint
steel & bronze
steel & concrete
Restructuring Nu Bleu # 11
Don't Search for Profound Meaning in this Sculpture
Kenneth M. Thompson
Corten steel & stainless steel