New Art At The Eads Bridge MetroLink Station

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - The MetroLink station at the historic Eads Bridge has a new look thanks to some interesting artwork.  Eight pieces of aluminum sculptured panels were dedicated at a ceremony this morning at the Arch-Laclede`s Landing station. It`s all part of artwork being installed at seven MetroLink stations.

Different work from different artists is being showcased at the stations. The Seattle artist who made these latest pieces says she developed them after studying original drawings of the Eads Bridge at Washington University.

'I`ve always wanted to have my work viewed in all kinds of circumstances and places. And so this is another one of those places that`s great- people can see it, if it can add a little bit of color, a little bit of history." said Artist Beliz Brother.

Each of the seven projects is being funded by $50,000 in federal funds.  This was the third of the seven projects.

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