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Keepers of the Garden by Craig David

Saturday, June 21st, 2008

Keepers of the Garden by Craig David Local artist Craig David created the landscape and stone work “Keepers of the Garden” for the Kirchbak Sculpture Garden in 2001.

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George Street Viaduct Murals by Craig David

Wednesday, May 7th, 2008

George St. Bridge Paintings by Craig David The eight pillars on the George Street viaduct as it goes over Robert Street feature these paintings by Craig David.

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Garden Genius Loci by Craig David

Sunday, December 23rd, 2007

"Garden Genius Loci" Artist Craig David created this sculpture in 2007 with the help of Youth Farm. The garden includes salvaged pier stones and antique cobble stones.

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The Journey of the River and the Sun by Craig David

Friday, December 14th, 2007

The Journey of the River and the Sun, 1997 “The Journey of the River and the Sun” was created in 1997 by Craig David in the West Side neighborhood of St. Paul. It serves as a gateway to the District Del Sol and uses old pier stones from the Wabasha Street Bridge.

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Community Jubilee by Craig David

Tuesday, December 11th, 2007

Community Jubilee by David Craig “Community Jubilee” by Craig David is a series of eight panels above doorways at an entrance to the Midway Exchange building on Lake Street in Minneapolis.

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Allegory of Immigrants by Craig David

Tuesday, December 11th, 2007

"Allegory of Immigrants" by Craig David “Allegory of Immigrants” is a 2001 sculpture by Craig David located at the entrance to Harriet Island Regional Park (where “Flood Wave” threatens to take it out).

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The Heroes of Freedom, Justice and Peace by Craig David

Saturday, December 8th, 2007

The Heroes of Freedom Justice and Peace Craig David and Teens Networking Together painted this mural on the side of El Burrito Mercado in the District Del Sol in St. Paul’s West Side. “The Heroes of Freedom, Justice and Peace” is full of examples of exactly that.

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Community Gate by Craig David

Friday, December 7th, 2007

Community Gates Community Gate, by local artist Craig David, is a celebration of the Czech and Slavic immigrants and their families that have lived and worked in St. Paul’s West End since the 1860s. The sculpture incorporates a number of pieces, including a nine-foot baptismal gate from St. Stanislaus Kostka Catholic Church and curb stones and pavers from St. Paul streets.

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Queen of the Wandering Races by Craig David

Friday, December 7th, 2007

"Queen of the Wandering Races" “Queen of the Wandering Races” by Craig David is kind of an odd figure in the West Side neighborhood of St. Paul. The shape and form are kind of baffling to me, but what I do appreciate is the different layers and colors. Every piece of the sculpture seems to have different layers and colors, from the massive “body” of the figure to the face to the crown. It’s clearly symbolic of the great diversity of the West Side

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The History of the Neighborhood House by Craig David

Wednesday, November 28th, 2007

The four paneled mosaic mural on the Neighborhood House’s Paul & Sheila Wellstone Center for Community Building showcases the diverse history of St. Paul’s West Side neighborhood. Artist Craig David has at least three other works within a few blocks, and between the art and the culture it’s a nice neighborhood to wander around.

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