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Stan Herd Earth Art


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Stan Herd Earth Art The Medicine Wheel earth art was designed by a Haskell art instructor and Haskell students and built by internationally known crop-artist, Stan Herd (also a Lawrencian). Crop art is a way of planting and growing crops to create a visual image, in this case the medicine wheel. Although a bird's eye view is the best view of the Medicine Wheel, on the ground, you're just as overwhelmed with its huge proportions and the spirituality it represents.


Address: Located at the Haskell Indian Nations University campus.

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