Spreading sunshine and artwork wherever she goes, artist Carol Fleming donated a beautiful piece of wall art entitled “Sun Rays” to Lake Lou Yaeger Recreational Area in Litchfield, Ill.
Fleming and her husband, Larry Marks, installed this steel frame-ceramic tile artwork on the wall of Milnot Beach House for beach visitors to enjoy.
Incorporating art into communities is very important to Fleming. She has been creating art in her studio since 1988 and specializes in designing site-specific and one-of-a-kind artwork in clay. She has placed artwork in residential, educational, and corporate landscapes.
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The City of Litchfield is very grateful for her generosity and her willingness to use her talent to beautify the city and share artwork with the public. Now it will always be sunny at Milnot Beach.
Fleming’s artwork can be viewed on her website at www.carolfleming.com/.
If you are an artist who is interested in incorporating public art into the City of Litchfield, please contact the Tourism Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (217) 324-8147.