Anchorage artist Sheila Wyne’s mural, “Danny J,” is installed at the End of the Road Park restroom near Land’s End. She also has art at the Deep Water Dock bathrooms.-Photo by Michael Armstrong, Homer News

Anchorage artist Sheila Wyne’s mural, “Danny J,” is installed at the End of the Road Park restroom near Land’s End. She also has art at the Deep Water Dock bathrooms.-Photo by Michael Armstrong, Homer News

New bathrooms display work by Homer, Anchorage artists

As part of the city of Homer’s 1-percent for art program, new art has been installed on two Pioneer Avenue bathrooms and two Homer Spit bathrooms. A total of $18,810 was spent on the art projects.

The new art installed is:

• WKFL Park bathroom, Pioneer Avenue and Heath Street, “Two Sandhill Cranes,” by Joshua Nordstrom, Homer, $4,200;

• West Pioneer Avenue bathroom, Pioneer Avenue and Bartlett Street, “Roaming the Land,” by Melisse Reichman, Homer, $4,610;

• End of the Road Park bathroom, Homer Spit, “Danny J,” by Sheila Wyne, Anchorage, $5,000; and

• Deep Water Dock Cruise Ship bathroom and shelter, Homer Spit, “Escher’s Stair,” by Sheila Wyne, Anchorage, $5,000.

Homer artist Joshua Nordstrom’s art is on the bathroom at WKFL Park on Pioneer Avenue. A Homer Cycling Club bike rack also is shown.-Photo by Michael Armstrong, Homer News

Homer artist Joshua Nordstrom’s art is on the bathroom at WKFL Park on Pioneer Avenue. A Homer Cycling Club bike rack also is shown.-Photo by Michael Armstrong, Homer News

Homer artist Joshua Nordstrom’s “Two Sandhill Cranes” is at the WKFL Park bathroom.-Photo by Michael Armstrong, Homer News

Homer artist Joshua Nordstrom’s “Two Sandhill Cranes” is at the WKFL Park bathroom.-Photo by Michael Armstrong, Homer News

One of Melisse Reichman’s “Roaming the Land” sculptures is at the bathroom on West Pioneer Avenue.-Photo by Michael Armstrong, Homer News

One of Melisse Reichman’s “Roaming the Land” sculptures is at the bathroom on West Pioneer Avenue.-Photo by Michael Armstrong, Homer News

Another of Reichman’s “Roaming the Land” sculptures is at the bathroom on West Pioneer Avenue.-Photo by Michael Armstrong, Homer News

Another of Reichman’s “Roaming the Land” sculptures is at the bathroom on West Pioneer Avenue.-Photo by Michael Armstrong, Homer News

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