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One-Eyed Jack

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Event Category:
Exhibitions
Location:
Marshall Way, Scottsdale
Organization:
Scottsdale Public Art
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A new creature has arrived at the corner of Marshall Way and Indian School Road as One-Eyed Jack, a 26-foot-high, 20,000-pound jackrabbit sculpture made his debut on Sept. 19. This white-painted steel sculpture was commissioned by Scottsdale Public Art.

One-Eyed Jack is the creation of Tempe-based artist John Randall Nelson. Scottsdale Public Art was charged with the task of bringing this project to realization. After a lengthy process, Nelson’s proposal was chosen, in part, for its eye-catching design. At night, the piece will be lit with a soft LED glow, designed to accentuate the planes and angles of the sculpture.

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