by Samuel Cashwan
Samuel Cashwan’s 32-foot stylized Aquarius rises above the geometric Art Deco Cedar Street entrance of the Board of Water and Light. Water pours down from the figure’s urn to two small infants symbolizing the distribution of water to the city of Lansing. Installed in 1939 Medium: Limestone
Location 148 South Cedar St., Lansing Michigan, MI
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