Joyce and John Ribble, of Indianapolis, Indiana, examine up close a newly installed work of art by Tacoma artist Ed Kroupa. “I think they are wonderful,” said Joyce Ribble of “Floating Life Forms,” a series of six bronze spheres that depict marine life native to the Puget Sound.
Joyce and John Ribble, of Indianapolis, Indiana, examine up close a newly installed work of art by Tacoma artist Ed Kroupa. “I think they are wonderful,” said Joyce Ribble of “Floating Life Forms,” a series of six bronze spheres that depict marine life native to the Puget Sound. David Montesino Staff photographer
Joyce and John Ribble, of Indianapolis, Indiana, examine up close a newly installed work of art by Tacoma artist Ed Kroupa. “I think they are wonderful,” said Joyce Ribble of “Floating Life Forms,” a series of six bronze spheres that depict marine life native to the Puget Sound. David Montesino Staff photographer

Puget Sound creatures inspire new art along Thea Foss in downtown Tacoma

October 06, 2015 09:17 AM

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