Wenatchee, Washington: Coyote Reading A Candy Wrapper

1995 sculpture of a humanoid, coyote-headed guy studying a candy wrapper, according to the title given to it by artist Richard Beyer.

Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center

Address:
127 S Mission St., Wenatchee, WA
Directions:
Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center, on the front steps on Mission St.
Admission:
Free
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Coyote Reading A Candy Wrapper

This statue caught my eye because it's sitting on the steps that lead to a historic building in Wenatchee.

[Leslie Bermel, 10/06/2015]

Artist Richard Beyer favors humanoid-coyotes as subjects in some of his sculptures.

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In the region:
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