Board of Water and Light Dye Conditioning Plant: Cassara Mural – Lansing MI

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Description

The Board of Water and Light Dye Conditioning Plant in Lansing, Michigan contains multiple examples of New Deal artwork, including: “Water As Destructive Element” and ” Beneficial Force of Water,” two murals created in 1940 by Frank Cassara.

“The upper lobby features three large panels, of which the outer two are by Frank Cassara. Water as Destructive Element (on the right) depicts flooding and Beneficial Force of Water (on the left) shows water’s advantages for health, cleanliness and recreation.”

 

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http://artmuseum.msu.edu/wpa/WPA/pages/bwl.htm

Project originally submitted by Evan Kalish on December 20, 2017.

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Location Info


148 South Cedar St.
Lansing, MI 48933

Coordinates: 42.731575, -84.546407

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