No, the Wisconsin Concrete Park is not a park with a large empty pavement. It’s name is derived from the more than 200 concrete artworks that one can find there. The concrete sculptures were built from 1948 to 1964 by lumberjack turned artist Fred Smith. The property is owned by Smith and is located at Philips, Wisconsin. There’s no central theme uniting the artworks. It is a mixed bag of sculptures portraying people and animals as well as events from local, regional, and national history and local legends. Some sculptures have no basis in any known sources except for Smith’s […]
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