Lefthand's Compass

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Installed in 2002 and located at the Longmont Museum and Cultural Center. "The various components of this ceramic sculpture symbolize the two spatial ideas of the Four directions and the Circle, which encompass elements of birds, turtles, water and human muscle representation."

Pillar-like sculpture with embellishments including birds and turtles. Has four plaques facing each direction explaining the symbology of elements of the sculpture, mostly relating to the Arapaho Native Americans and their traditions. Commissioned in 2001.

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Artist   Zoé Strecker
Collection   City of Longmont, Art in Public Places
Address   400 Quail Road, Longmont , Colorado
Artwork Type   Sculpture
Placement   Museum, Outdoors, Public building, Parking facility
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