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‘Wind and Shadow’ Sculpture Now at Marina Vista Community Center

A new sculpture has been placed in front of the Marina Vista Community Center on loan to the city of Imperial Beach for the next year.

Wind and Shadow, a piece of art which was previously part of the Unified Port of San Diego's Urban Trees installation, is on loan to the city for a year.

Made by artist Cathy Coverley and resembling a butterfly, the sculpture is now in front of the Marina Vista Community Center on Eighth Street.

Atop a pole and inside blue and yellow sheets of metal, dichroic glass disks shift in the wind.

Wind and Shadow joins a collection of outdoor art Imperial Beach has amassed in recent years, primarily dotting the ends of streets on Seacoast Drive.

Dick Pilgrim May 13, 2011 at 08:22 PM
I really appreciate the public art in IB, thanks to the Port District, former commissioner Bixler, commissioner Malcolm, and the local art community. Keep it up, I love it
Paul Dykes May 13, 2011 at 08:51 PM
Good for I.B. Let's support local artists, (and ALL our other local businesses!) by shopping where we live!

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