Lexington artist Phillip March Jones is the first to participate in Change for Art, a public art project that will put old parking meters back on the streets. Money put in them will help the arts community. Jones' piece features thought clouds that will have the right and left brains talking to each other about art.
Lexington artist Phillip March Jones is the first to participate in Change for Art, a public art project that will put old parking meters back on the streets. Money put in them will help the arts community. Jones' piece features thought clouds that will have the right and left brains talking to each other about art. Lexington Herald-Leader
Lexington artist Phillip March Jones is the first to participate in Change for Art, a public art project that will put old parking meters back on the streets. Money put in them will help the arts community. Jones' piece features thought clouds that will have the right and left brains talking to each other about art. Lexington Herald-Leader

Feed a meter, nourish the arts

August 02, 2010 12:00 AM

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