This is one of my favorite new pieces of public art in downtown Sarasota. It's called Freedom-Sky and was created by someone named Ofra Friedman. (Yes, it's a person bending backward pointing their leg, from this view, toward the Opera House.) No matter what time of day or night, or the direction you view it, it's just an incredibly captivating sculpture. It's one of twelve new pieces in downtown which are part of a new project called "Intersections". The idea was to install sculptures near prominent intersections to help attract people downtown. Next fall, one will be purchased by the city and put on permanent display. I attended the kickoff event and I plan on posting a few pictures. Usually, I shy away from series of photos from the same event, but this, I think, will be worthwhile. Stay tuned!