Kendra Fleishman’s “Ribbon Dance,” is installed Friday outside of the Grand Park Community Recreation Center.

Fraser’s busy making the town a little more beautiful with the return of the town’s mural program and the installation of three new sculptures.

Kendra Fleishman’s “Ribbon Dance,” was installed Friday afternoon outside of the Grand Park Community Recreation Center.

“I think this is a great start for Fraser,” said Ken Ball, a member of Fraser’s Public Arts Committee. “It brings contemporary movement to our collection, and I think it marks a good, long-term future for the town’s program.”

Just minutes away from the installation artists were hard at work completing the season’s first mural at Azteca Mexican Restaurant, a massive graffiti portrait depicting the mask of Tlaloc, the Aztec god of rain.

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“Fraser is beautiful”: Town kicks off art in public places program

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