Reclaimed junk finds new life as art

Clayton Johnson created a scrap metal sculpture garden last year from surplus items donated to the Hubbard County Developmental Achievement Center. Including an arch and a bench made from a metal school desk frame and reclaimed wood, his artwork is displayed next to the Salvage Depot. (Robin Fish/Enterprise) Park Rapids is becoming well known for its sculpture trail, which spread in recent years from Red Bridge Park to a variety of spots around the downtown area.

How many people know there’s also a sculpture garden alongside the Salvage Depot?

Unlike the downtown sculpture trail, the artworks displayed at the Hubbard County […]

Source: www.parkrapidsenterprise.com

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