Motion frozen in time: Pleasanton installs new public art

'Arc Suspension' outside Cultural Arts Center on Black Avenue

Pleasanton's latest public art, "Arc Suspension," was unveiled last Friday in front of the Cultural Arts Center at 4477 Black Ave. as part of a series of renovations to the site.

The work, by Jon Seeman of Laguna Beach, was chosen for its artistic design and pleasing aesthetics from more than 18 submissions from all over the world.

Seeman is known for abstract sculpture that evokes a sense of motion frozen in time, making heavy steel appear weightless.

The public art was made possible with the collaboration of Gary and Nancy Harrington, the Pleasanton Cultural Arts Council, and James and Sandra Jellison.


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