My View for the Month: I told you I wasn't going to offer any comments or opinions on my outdoor art story on page one. Then I remembered reading about a new wall mural on the Sprint Print Building at 2nd & Euclid. I went there today and this is my hands-down, thumbs-up favorite wall mural of the group. Online research told me the artists, Robert Moore and Dana Harrison painted this version of these cartoon characters lifting up a black girl to recognise diversity in the Highland Park/Oak Park community. Wait--I see more! I see each of these people having different ages, each with a different color face. Look (left) isn't that me in the middle?-HA! What a way to express our Iowa values as we LIFT-UP each other up as we work toward a strong unified community.
VIEWS OF A FARM BOY
And they sang a new song, saying, "Worthy are you to take the scroll and to open its seals, for you were slain, and by your blood you ransomed people for God from every tribe and language and people and nation." (ESV) (Revelation 5: 9)
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Views of a Farm Boy--Dedicated to promote Iowa agriculture and Iowa values--Robert Vaughn--Urbandale, Iowa EMAIL: