NEW ALBANY — R. Michael Wimmer worked on his sculpture "Sacks of Food" at the Farmers Market in downtown New Albany on Friday evening. The sculpture consists of three bags, each containing assorted grocery items, hanging from the ceiling of the market as one of four pieces for the 2013 New Albany Public Art Project. See releated photos.
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