Dog Days of Summer sculptures hit streets of Greater Lafayette
By Christy Jones, Purdue University News Service
Posted May 6, 2009

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Ranging from artistic to scientific, life-size decorated dog statues are popping up throughout the Greater Lafayette area as part of the Dog Days of Summer art project.

The project, which officially opens on Saturday (May 9), is a partnership between the Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine and the Art Museum of Greater Lafayette. It highlights the 50th anniversary of the School of Veterinary Medicine and the 100th anniversary of the Art Museum of Greater Lafayette, both of which are being celebrated this year.

– via Lafayette-Online
Psychedogic – photo by Journal and Courier

  • My entry for Dog Days of Summer: Psychedogic
  • This piece was chosen by the Art Museum to be the raffle dog from all of the dogs entered.
The dog was generously loaned by the raffle winner, Susan Cray, for display in the museum exhibition.

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