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Morning Mist

Collection: Publicly Owned
Morning Mist

Sponsor: Purchased by Central Edmond Urban Board in partnership with Shadid & Schaus before the Edmond Visual Arts Commission was formed

Morning Mist shows a young woman barely dressed, maybe just stepping out into the early morning. She is thinly covered with a sheer fabric. The two wings behind her are about 2 1/2 feet high. Her hair is up above her head, then hangs down on the left side. Her eyes are closed. The woman has tall legs, and the left leg is bent slightly and posed on tippy toe.

The woman is one of several pieces of art in front of Randel Shadid Law Office, on the southwest corner of Broadway and Hurd. Other sculptures here are the adorable Chauncey (the Rabbit) and Silent Desert. There is also a historical marker on the north side of the building.

 

Photos and description by silverquill at https://www.waymarking.com/waymarks/WMAD68_Morning_Mist_Edmond_Oklahoma.

Artist

Artist: David Pearson

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Medium type: Bronze

Date created: 2002