June 24, 2010
CLEVELAND -- It's a piece of art that's really changing the landscape in the Slavic Village neighborhood. You can see it from I-77 or even from a nearby bike trail. It's the work of local artist Jake Beckman.
Here in Slavic Village, the seeds of an idea have grown into a public display of beauty and creativity.
WKYC Photojournalist Carl Bachtel brings us an up-close-and-personal look at the sculpture.
The 40-foot-tall Morgana Run Trailhead marker is definitely going to turn some heads. It resembles a giant garlic flower, with its purple petals pointing the way to the bike trail.
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