Photo: Images from another time: Nimbus, 1982

Posted: Wednesday, August 22, 2007

The controversial Robert Murray sculpture "Nimbus" was defaced by graffiti in 1982. "Nimbus" was commissioned for the Dimond Courthouse. The bright green sculpture was called "Juneau Green" by Murray. It was met with much ridicule and disdain when it was installed. In 1984, it was ordered removed and was in storage for several years before it was installed in its current location near the Alaska State Museum.

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