TITLE: Lake Street Lovely

LOCATION: Fullerton, Lincoln and Halsted

SIZE: 15’ x 9’ x 9’

MATERIALS: Painted Steel Plate

SPONSOR: Wrightwood Neighbors Conservation Association

Grucza’s sculptures are intended to invite viewers of varied interests to appreciate the aesthetic worth and the interactive pleasure of public art. “Lake Street Lovely” originates from Grucza’s love of Chicago’s Lake Street elevated line. The large painted steel structure forms a whimsical image reminiscent of a rail switching stand.

Grucza always incorporates humor, play and wonder in his work. In “Lake Street Lovely” he uses these elements to depict his nostalgia toward this Chicago treasure in the hope that you will enjoy it along with him.

YEARS EXHIBITED: 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2006

Lake Street Lovely

Above photo shows selected year in exhibit
(Thumbnails show other years)