Lemmon, South Dakota: Scrap Metal Bronco Buster

The Home of the Cowboys and Cowgirls -- Lemmon High School team mascots -- is also home to a sculpture by artist John Lopez made of a variety of rusting metal junk.

Lemmon High School

209 3rd Street West, Lemmon, SD
On 2nd Ave. W, just north of 3rd St.
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Bronco buster sculpture.

Scrap Metal Bronco Buster

Local artist John Lopez's new sculpture graces the front of the local high school, artfully made from scrap metal, old tool parts, cables, any old rusting hunk of metal.

[Passepartout22, 06/10/2012]

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