Arts & Culture

Artist Terry Tunes to be Recognized at Library

Exploding Plastic Inevitable by Terry Tunes
“Exploding Plastic Inevitable” by Terry Tunes

Sculptor Terry Tunes will be honored at a public reception on Sunday, June 21, at 1 pm at the Georgetown Public Library. The library is thanking Mr. Tunes for allowing three of his works to be exhibited in and around the library. The sculptures—a banana, a guitar, and an Easter Island head—are frequently photographed from a distance and admired up-close, as they are covered entirely in small toys.

If you are an art lover or if these sculptures have just brightened your day during the months they have been on exhibit, please stop by the library Sunday for refreshments, say thank you to the artist, and enjoy a final look at these very popular artworks, “Exploding Plastic Inevitable,” “Easter Island Everywhere,” and “Woodstock 45.”

The Georgetown Public Library is at 402 W. Eighth Street.

"Woodstock 45" detail by Terry Tunes
“Woodstock 45” detail by Terry Tunes
"Easter Island Everywhere" by Terry Tunes
“Easter Island Everywhere” by Terry Tunes
"Woodstock 45" by Terry Tunes
“Woodstock 45” by Terry Tunes
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