As the large-scale construction in downtown East Lansing has shifted the city’ s cultural events to the intersection of Bailey and Albert streets, the collection of artistic fence panels installed there have enjoyed increased attention. Despite this, no responses were received that identified the vibrantly colored installation (below) which was created by artist Maureen Bergquist Grey to reflect playful colors found in the immediate neighborhood. The stone lintel and capital above may be found in Lansing. The first person to correctly identify the location of the detail will receive a City Pulse mug. Send your answer to daniel@eastarbor. com by July 4.
“Eye for Design” is our weekly look at some of the nicer properties in Lansing. It rotates each with Eye candy of the Week and Eyesore of the Week. If you have a suggestion, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call Berl Schwartz at 999-5061.