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Site # 11: Located in Hartford
I-40 west (North Carolina line)


Good Morning, 1996
Limestone, cedar, bronze

On the eastern border of the state, atop a limestone column, a bronze coffee cup holds a rising sun aloft. This fourteen foot tall sculpture is Greely Myatt’s humorous welcome to those arriving from North Carolina. It’s also a salute to songwriter Lyle Lovett, whose song I’ve Been to Memphis begins with the words “the sun comes up in a coffee cup”.

Artist: Greely Myatt

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Site # 1 Citizens by Joe Falsetti

Site # 2 Enviro Garden by Jack Hastings

Site # 3 Caterpillar Garden by William Ralston

Site # 4 Pyradoptics by Tom Wuchina

Site # 5 Portal Grouping by Phillip Vanderweg

Site # 6 Totem by Lanie Gannon

Site # 7 Space Receptor by Philip Nichols

Site # 8 The Long Distance Driver by Dennis Peacock

Site # 9 The One That Got Away by Sherri Warner Hunter

Site # 10 The Man in the Wind and the West Moon by Al Keim

Site #11 Good Morning by Greely Myatt