Owl Public Art Project for Humane Indiana

Owl Public Art Project

  Humane Indiana Owl Public Art Project unveiled of the majestic bird sculpture Porter County at its Wildlife Center. Again, it was displayed at the Munster Animal Shelter in Lake County.
     The unveiling revealed the prototype of the four-foot, 50 lb., fiberglass owl sculpture.
     The project’s goal is to bring awareness of Humane Indiana to the community and benefit the animals at Humane Indiana.
     “This is an opportunity to sponsor your business or organization in a unique and creative way. Consequently they support artists, animal welfare and wildlife education,” said Pat Popa, owner of Popa Heating & Cooling in Highland.
     Popa has partnered with Humane Indiana and is leading the design and production process of the fiberglass owl sculptures.
     Schools, organizations, business, and residents are invited to participate in the project by purchasing or sponsoring an owl. Then, sponsors choose from a pool of local artists to tout their creativity on the sculpture.
     Finally, the decorated owls will be displayed throughout Lake and Porter Counties from July 15 through October 15. Maps will be provided to show the painted owls locations.
     To learn more about Humane Indiana, visit us online www.humaneindiana.org.
     For more information on participation in the Humane Indiana 2019 Owl Public Art Project, please contact Lisa Carpenter. 
      Interested artists and sponsors may contact Pat Popa at 219.838.7700 or via email at ppopa@sbcglobal.net
     The Sculptures will be auctioned off at the Annual Festival of the Owls in October, click here for more.


Sue Baxter