TRAILS AND THE ARTS AWARD for 2004
Impressionist Art Trail is
an outstanding public arts project
that links the local trails with the
history of American Impressionism.
The Viewpoints serve as a kind of two-way street between the museums in which the paintings hang and the trails and parks where the exhibits are located. Information at the museum sites encourage patrons to get out to the parks and trails to experience first hand the natural beauty that inspired so many artists and conversely, the viewpoints urge outdoor enthusiasts to explore the State's wealth of artistic treasures.
The Trails and the Arts Award recognizes "outstanding public art projects, interpretive signs, or other creative structures associated with trail related improvements."
The National Trails Awards are presented by American Trails to recognize the exemplary people across the landscape of America who are working to create a national system of trails to meet the recreation, health, and travel needs of all Americans.
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