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The Alaska Arts Confluence in Haines invited local artists to create works of art in the crumbling open-air basement foundation of a Fort Seward barracks building destroyed by fire in 1981. The result is an open-air sculpture garden in which artists found ways to interpret either the materials or life at the fort.
Pictured is “Tank with a Crank,” an interactive sculpture by David Pahl of a rusted boiler found in the barracks' ruins.
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Alaska America Chillkoot Barracks David Pahl Fort Seward Fort Seward National Historic Landmark Fort Seward Sculpture Garden Fort William H. Seward Fort William H. Seward National Historic Landmark Ft. Seward Ft. Seward Sculpture Garden Haines Haines Mission North America Port Chilkoot Tank With A Crank U.S. US USA United States United States of America art artistry fine art metal sculpture sculpture southeast Alaska statuary statue vertical
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- Haines, Alaska