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Steel Helmets by Anthony Caponi

Friday, May 9th, 2008

Steel Helmets by Anthony Caponi

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Snake by Anthony Caponi

Friday, May 9th, 2008

Snake by Anthony Caponi

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Monument to a Lumberjack by Anthony Caponi

Friday, May 9th, 2008

Monument to a Lumberjack by Anthony Caponi

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Capriccio by Anthony Caponi

Friday, May 9th, 2008

Capriccio by Anthony Caponi

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Queen by Anthony Caponi

Friday, May 9th, 2008

Queen by Anthony Caponi

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Lovers by Anthony Caponi

Friday, May 9th, 2008

Lovers by Anthony Caponi

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Cornerstone by Anthony Caponi

Friday, May 9th, 2008

Cornerstone by Anthony Caponi

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Undertow by Anthony Caponi

Friday, May 9th, 2008

Undertow by Anthony Caponi

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Nugget by Anthony Caponi

Friday, May 9th, 2008

Nugget by Anthony Caponi

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Struggle of the Elements by Anthony Caponi

Friday, May 9th, 2008

Struggle of the Elements by Anthony Caponi

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Maybe it’s just me, but “Steel Helmets” by Anthony Caponi in Caponi Art Park has a certain grotesque quality to it.

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“Snake” by Anthony Caponi gets the nomination for creepiest/coolest (you can pick) artwork built into the side of a hill.

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A monument to a lumberjack is a rocket made out of saws? Ah, art, you’re so weird.

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Wikipedia defines capriccio as “an art term denoting the grotesque, playful, fantastic, transgressing the academic norms,” which might shed a little light on “Capriccio” by Anthony Caponi.

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“Queen” by Anthony Caponi, located in Caponi Art Park, has an ancient feel to it.

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“Lovers” by Anthony Caponi, located in Eagan’s Caponi Art Park, is one of many sculptures by Caponi that depicts two figures embracing.

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Located in Caponi Art Park, “Cornerstone” is a fairly unique piece by Anthony Caponi.

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Ah, rusty junk in the woods as art. That’s my initial impression of “Undertow” by Anthony Caponi, located in Caponi Art Park.

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This Anthony Caponi sculpture in Caponi Art Park is called “Nugget.”

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“Struggle of the Elements” by Anthony Caponi stands between a tree and a fence at Caponi Art Park.

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