WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Two new sculptures on Purdue's campus are now complete. You'd say the artist isn't letting his fine work go to his "head."
New York artist and Indianapolis native James Tyler started building two giant brick heads more than a week ago.
The piece, called "Brickhead Conversations" is located in front of Pao Hall.
The two heads face each other and emit ambient sounds of nature.
PHOTOS | BRICK HEADS BUILD CONVERSATION
Tyler says even though he's been working on it for months, he won't have much time to appreciate the product.
"I have to move on to the next one. This one has actually been a big part of my life for the last six to eight months when I started it," Tyler said. "It's been a huge focus for me, but just like kids grow up and move on and go off to college, these have gone off to college now. So on to the next for me."
Tyler is heading to Rochester, NY, to start work on a similar project.
He will be back at Purdue for the official dedication on Sept. 4.
To learn more about the artist, head to his website.
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