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A bare wall located between two historic downtown Tacoma buildings could soon serve as a canvas for a major art installation. The art installation will be created by Seattle-based artist Jonathan Clarren and consist of three metal, laser-cut half-spheres ranging in diameter between three feet and nearly seven feet, and feature an intricate design pattern, according to the proposal. Once installed, the art is expected to "cast unique shadow patterns on the wall enhancing the display and always changing." The project is estimated to cost approximately $20,000 to $25,000. (COURTESY PHOTO)

A bare wall located between two historic downtown Tacoma buildings could soon serve as a canvas for a major art installation. The art installation will be created by Seattle-based artist Jonathan Clarren and consist of three metal, laser-cut half-spheres ranging in diameter between three feet and nearly seven feet, and feature an intricate design pattern, according to the proposal. Once installed, the art is expected to “cast unique shadow patterns on the wall enhancing the display and always changing.” The project is estimated to cost approximately $20,000 to $25,000. (COURTESY PHOTO)

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