The city of El Paso unveiled a twin-pyramid rammed-earth sculpture by Minnesota artist Janet Lofquist yesterday. The piece, layered from local dirt, discarded aluminum beverage cans, and shredded rubber from automotive tires, is titled Two Mountains and reclines in front of the city’s new Municipal Service Center. Lofquist was selected from a pre-qualified group of artists to "provide an environmentally symbolic image for community residents and visitors alike".
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