New Public Art Unveiled at Cypress Community Center

The following is a press release from an organization unaffiliated with Voice of OC. The views expressed here are not those of Voice of OC. CITY OF CYPRESS
July 12, 2016
Contact: Dena Diggins
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SUBJECT:    New Public Art Unveiled at Cypress Community Center

(Photo 1 (Pictured from Left): Council Member Rob Johnson, Mayor Pro Tem Paulo Morales, Mayor Mariellen Yarc, Council Member Stacy Berry, Council Member Jon Peat)

(Photo 2 (Pictured from Left):  Friends of Cypress Cultural Arts Members Ann Grant, Betty Koester, Roberta Vigneau, Marie Chance, Phyllis Fairchild, Cora Chow-Miller, Andy Miller, Ethel Bowman, Cheryl Loofbourrow)

The City of Cypress unveiled its newest public art piece, donated by Friends of Cypress Cultural Arts, on July 11 at the Cypress Community Center.  The statue is entitled “Just Like You” and was created by Colorado contemporary metal sculptor, Kevin Robb. Mayor Mariellen Yarc welcomed the crowd in attendance and thanked the Friends of Cypress Cultural Arts for their continued contributions to the arts in our community.  Mayor Yarc stated, “These statues will truly be enjoyed by our community for years to come!”

The Friends of Cypress Cultural Arts also recently donated a new bronze statue entitled “Two Kids on a Bench” located near the entrance of the Library.  The City has received a total of six public art pieces donated by the Friends of Cypress Cultural Arts. To stay current on City news and events, like us on Facebook at or follow us on Twitter

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