Bloomington, Illinois: Concrete Giantess

In a vacant lot, an artwork of a giant woman being poured out of an old cement mixer truck. Created by Tom Kirk in early 2022.

Address:
410 S. Madison St., Bloomington, IL
Directions:
South edge of downtown, on the north side of W. Mill St., just east of its intersection with S. Madison St.
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Concrete Giantess.

Concrete Lady

Just west of the US 51 bridge, at the corner of Mill and Center Streets, is a small park that features a giant concrete lady being poured out of an antique cement truck. The park also has a lot of art sculptures made out of scrap metal.

[Doug Dirr, 06/17/2022]

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