Lakewood’s 50th anniversary art piece unveiled

Posted 10/15/19

It’s finally here. Artist Collin Parson showed off his new art project in honor of Lakewood’s 50th anniversary. The project, “Echoes and Reflections: Lakewood’s 50th Anniversary,” shows the …

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Lakewood’s 50th anniversary art piece unveiled

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It’s finally here. Artist Collin Parson showed off his new art project in honor of Lakewood’s 50th anniversary. The project, “Echoes and Reflections: Lakewood’s 50th Anniversary,” shows the footprint of the old Addenbrooke family house at Addenbrooke Park. There are wall sectors, windows and a couple of doors built from stainless steel around a chimney that shows where the house was. Addenbrooke Park is located 600 S. Kipling Parkway.

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