Saturday, February 21, 2009
When the sun shines just right, this butterfly can take your breath away!
The "Glorious Flutterer" gleams with pizazz on Broad Street, Selma's main avenue. This sculpture was painted in warm polka dots by Sister Judith Kaiser and Keyonsis Olds for their sponsor, the St. Edmund Learning Center.
I had the pleasure of interviewing Sister Judy about her art work for an article HERE.
Temple Mishkan Israel, which was built in 1899, is in the background, and you can read more about Selma's Jewish history HERE.
To view more butterfly sculptures, click on over to The Butterfly Project blog.