By Andi Bourne

Go Figure


Nathan Bourne, Pathfinder

Three stick people were installed in Seeley Lake this past week. The project was a joint effort between the Jackson Hole Public Art and the Seeley Lake Community Foundation with the intent of getting traffic to slow down on Highway 83. The stick figures are located at the junction of Boy Scout Road and Highway 83, Lindey's Prime Steak House and Seeley Lake Motor Lodge.

SEELEY LAKE – Three large wooden figures were erected by Jackson Hole Public Art and local volunteers in Seeley Lake this past week. The intent of the stick figures is to get people to slow down going through town. They are temporary and will be taken down after a couple of months. The community can decide if they want to keep them or send them back to Jackson Hole, Wyo.

The LOR Foundation funded the project. Jackson Hole Public Art is developing a public art and place-making toolkit in the intermountain west.

"The idea behind the tool kit is to use arts and culture to spark improvements...

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