Artisans of Appleton | For the Brunn of It
In Wisconsin, United States
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Cache is located at 44°15.ABC 88°2D.EFG
I've decided to take this artist cache and fold it into a new series of past and present Appleton (Fox Valley) Artisans to showcase the incredible and vast talent we are surrounded by.
Inspired by recent conversations with some of my artist friends, I decided to explore the valley a bit and share with you some of the places where each of them have left an impact on the physical and metaphysical landscape of the Valley. The Artisans of Appleton series will reveal to you just how much our cherished Fox Valley artists have contributed to the arts and culture of this place. It should make you proud call the Valley your home.
The posted coordinates will bring you to the front of a house wherein a local art teacher and sculptor extraordinaire, Tim Brunn, once lived. While the original garden sculptures went with Tim to his new home, vestiges of his art will remain on the house proper. Tim's house is home to the likenesses of famous politicians and actors among others. When I asked him why he has created so many sculptures that aren't for sale, he said "I do it just for the fun of it.".
A: In their cinematic career, there were actually A more members than suggested by their stage name.
B: This individual once played a "hydrodaktulopsychicharmonica", which he premiered in '6B.
C: During the filming of a now C minute movie with this actor, an accidental plane collision was later passed off as being "staged".
D: A year after his death in a theater, he was honored with a D¢ postage stamp. (subtract first digit from the second).
E: When this actor died in the late E0's, an Olympic torch was lit in his honor.
F: This comic troupe appear as sailors who spend the afternoon in the county with girls they pick up in a 192F film release .
G: This individual was once quoted as saying, "G things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe."
Permission was granted by the new property owner to to view and appreciate the sculptures from the sidewalk.
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Last Updated: on 11/26/2015 8:05:18 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (4:05 PM GMT)
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