Omaha artist works with Bluffs students to create art installation

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Posted: Wednesday, May 1, 2013 12:00 am

A new public art piece created by Omaha artist Therman Statom and students at Kanesville Alternative Learning Center in Council Bluffs was unveiled Tuesday morning after more than two years in the making.

A crane hoisted two heavy, pointy pieces of metal covered with swipes of blue, green, yellow and orange into place on the east side of the school next to a handful of other long, colorful pieces. Students who worked with Statom on the project stood across the street to watch.

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