Erie, Pennsylvania: Fruits of Labor: Horse-Drawn Earth

"Fruits of Labor," meant to represent the transition from farm to industry, is a sculpture of a large globe being pulled by a big horse made of metal junk.
Address:
1361-1301 Holland St., Erie, PA
Directions:
East edge of downtown, on the southeast corner pf Holland and E. 13th Sts.
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Fruits of Labor: Horse-Drawn Earth.

Fruits of Labor: Horse-Drawn Earth

Art and Industry project using recycled materials of a horse pulling a globe.

[Misty Sorensen, 07/24/2019]

Looks more like Fruits of Horsepower, but horses labor, too. Sculpted by local artists Ron Bayuzick and Kathe Umlauf, completed in August 2016. According to its plaque, the lot on which the sculpture stands used to be a factory that made bedsprings and rat traps.

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