RCAA artists paint Coke bottle sculpture for Terre Haute Children’s Museum

Photo courtesy Susan Sweeney

Kudos to River City Art Association members Kari Rajkumar of Paris, Illinois, and David Gill of Clay City, Indiana, on creating a contoured mural that visitors to the Terre Haute Children’s Museum will spend hours exploring.

Kari and Dave’s Coke bottle sculpture design was unveiled April 30 along with nine others at the Root Family Public Art Project preview party at Scott’s Custom Colors in Terre Haute.

“This is going to be a fun ‘I spy’ game for all the kids (big and small) visiting the Terre Haute Children’s Museum,” said Susan Sweeney on her Facebook post.

“Beautiful and love that it is interactive!” a Facebook friend replied.

Like the 27 Coke bottle sculptures in the first round of the art project, the 10 new bottles will be positioned throughout the community and added to a locator map available at the Vigo County Historical Society History Center in downtown Terre Haute.

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About Sheila T Illustrated

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