My Town: Public Artwork on Display in NineTwelve District

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CLEVELAND — Downtown Cleveland’s NineTwelve District is the new home of a public art sculpture.

The new sculpture can be viewed at the southwest corner of E. 12th Street and St. Clair Avenue and created from stainless and painted steel.

The artwork donation was made by the Cleveland Foundation. The Foundation has donated more than 20 pieces of artwork to be displayed in and around the city of Cleveland.

This latest piece was designed by artist Anthony Magar.

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