WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Crews are putting the final touches on the Faith West project, but some eye-catching artwork is already in place.
Local artist and McCutcheon grad Ben Sutter provided the sculpture "Iron Sharpens Iron."
The nearly one ton steel piece features two versions of the periodic symbol for iron, Fe.
The sculpture represents scripture from the Old Testament of the Bible.
Sutter feels the piece goes perfectly with the mission of Faith West.
"It references a biblical idea of 'Iron sharpens iron as one man sharpens another,' from the book of Proverbs," Sutter said. "So, I feel like with the church and the biblical counseling that it really fits the space here."
The piece will officially be dedicated by the Tippecanoe Arts Federation on August 6 at 10:00 AM.
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