Springfield, Missouri- October 3, 2017- Farmers Park is excited to announce the newest addition to the ever-growing art installations housed within the multi-use complex. Reminiscent of the rich agricultural history of the Ozarks, “Frankentractor” is a visual integration of objects which have overcome time, mother nature and even man himself.
Frankentractor is a one-of-a-kind design by Mark Cesark, a Colorado based artist known for his work transforming everyday objects into the extraordinary. Farmers Park has always been dedicated to bringing inventiveness and the arts together in a way that combines practicality with imagination, and this 1938 Minneapolis Moline Tractor is a unique addition for visitors to see, touch, and revel in imagery. Every knob, latch, and lever bring about the possibility of hidden gems and disguised meaning.
This is one of many art installations in Farmers Park that the public can currently enjoy. Others include The Cloud House, Harmony Park, Shoot Portraits Not People and a myriad of paintings and photographs incorporated throughout residence halls and retail locations.
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