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CSULB Art Instructor Michael Parker creates large public Artwork on L.A. River

Posted on March 14, 2014 by School of Art

CSULB Art instructor Michael Parker is working on a large-scale artwork along the banks of the L.A. River, based on the largest obelisk ever excavated  in Egypt. Entitled “The Unfinished”, the work is a 137-foot replica of the original Ancient Egyptian archeological site in Aswan, Egypt that was thought to have begun by Pharaoh Hatshepsut in the 16th year of her reign, and would have been the largest obelisk ever erected, were it not for cracks in the bedrock. Fast forward 3500 years and another unfinished obelisk is being created by Parker along with CSULB students, including Graduate Students from the Archeology department who assisted in surveying the site. The artwork will officially open Saturday, March 15 at 4pm until sunset. For more information, please click on the stories here,  here, & here.

 

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