work of public art stuck at the center of the only one of America's Biggest Boondoggle's roundabouts currently under construction.
Opinions vary as to what that roundabout work of art looks like. Ruins of a water tower? A garbage can? A drain trap?
Yesterday as I was merrily scrolling along in Facebook I came upon that which you see here and instantly wondered if I was looking at an artist's rendering of another of The Boondoggle's public art works installations.
However, I quickly learned that this work of art is, or was, located in the Texas tourist town of Fredericksburg.
This Frederickburg work of art is known as the Fredericksburg Christmas Pyramid.
I do not know if this art installation is currently installed in Fredericksburg, of if this is from a Christmas past.
This Fredericksburg work of public art does look like it would fit in just fine at the center of one of The Boondoggle's roundabouts. It'd probably cost a lot less than a million bucks.
Changing the subject, slightly.
Yesterday a fellow former Pacific Northwesterner and I were talking about America's Biggest Boondoggle and that embarrassing work of art The Boondoggle dedicated with a ceremony last week, when the former PNWer opined that would it not make more sense to simply plant a tall tree at that roundabout location, with Texas friendly vegetation surrounding the tree, creating an eye pleasing green space? Perhaps with a water feature to add to the overall eye pleasing aesthetics?
And another thing about the million dollar roundabout garbage can water tower ruin that occurred to me. Could not a local Fort Worth artist be found to design an eye pleasing installation at the center of that roundabout?
Has anyone eye witnessed the Fredericksburg Christmas Pyramid?