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DECEMBER 2019 ARTIST

FAYE FOSTER

Faye Foster is a former Cleveland resident of 35 years after recently moving back to her hometown of Madison, Wisconsin. Faye considers the iconic "Guardians of Traffic" statues as one her favorite aesthetic aspects of Cleveland's downtown. Originally completed in 1932, the pairs of statues designed by sculptor Henry Hering and architect Frank Walker, stand on pylons at each end of the viaduct, symbolizing progress in transportation. It is believed that the wings on the helmets were modeled after Hermes, the messenger of the gods and the god of land travel and commerce in Greek mythology. Faye has been painting for the last 40 years, and although she has had showings in the past; she mainly paints for her own enjoyment. Her favorite medium to work with is a mixture of acrylic, ink, and chalk. She is very excited to be a part of Walkabout Tremont's "Light up Your Holidays" event and hopes you enjoy her work.

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DECEMBER 2019 ARTIST

FAYE FOSTER

Faye Foster is a former Cleveland resident of 35 years after recently moving back to her hometown of Madison, Wisconsin. Faye considers the iconic "Guardians of Traffic" statues as one her favorite aesthetic aspects of Cleveland's downtown. Originally completed in 1932, the pairs of statues designed by sculptor Henry Hering and architect Frank Walker, stand on pylons at each end of the viaduct, symbolizing progress in transportation. It is believed that the wings on the helmets were modeled after Hermes, the messenger of the gods and the god of land travel and commerce in Greek mythology. Faye has been painting for the last 40 years, and although she has had showings in the past; she mainly paints for her own enjoyment. Her favorite medium to work with is a mixture of acrylic, ink, and chalk. She is very excited to be a part of Walkabout Tremont's "Light up Your Holidays" event and hopes you enjoy her work.

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