“Four Facets of Nebraska”

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"Four Facets of Nebraska" scupture

“Four Facets of Nebraska” is a 6-foot sculpture designed and painted by Jane Langenfeld and Mercy High (Omaha) students, temporarily installed in front of the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts in Nebraska City. The sculpture is on display this summer throughout Nebraska City with 70 other public artworks as part of An Enchanted Arboretum. (An Enchanted Arboretum)

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