Loralin Toney’s sculpture “Aquapia” is on the cover of this year’s spring Arts Walk map. Toney also created an 8-foot smiling sun that will rise over Saturday’s Procession of the Species.
Loralin Toney’s sculpture “Aquapia” is on the cover of this year’s spring Arts Walk map. Toney also created an 8-foot smiling sun that will rise over Saturday’s Procession of the Species. Lisa Ellefson Nostalgia Captured
Loralin Toney’s sculpture “Aquapia” is on the cover of this year’s spring Arts Walk map. Toney also created an 8-foot smiling sun that will rise over Saturday’s Procession of the Species. Lisa Ellefson Nostalgia Captured

Sculptor brings passion for rain, attention to detail to the cover of the Arts Walk map

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