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If you've ever thought of an "ice knife" as the perfect murder weapon (it melts! No fingerprints!), then here's a treat for your sick little mind: a public art piece so close to the ground and so incredibly pointy that thoughts of pushing a frenemy onto it are unavoidable. The work is Paul Marco's 1989 sculpture "Symphony," and it's near an intersection of two busy sidewalks in the outdoor sculpture garden of the Mennello Museum of American Art. Visitors who can contain their murderous rage long enough to gaze upon its five protruding tips will notice its resemblance to a ninja throwing star. The sculpture, made of roughly welded steel, earns bonus points for being painted red … all the better for hiding bloodstains.
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Collection of works from the permanent collection by William Edmondson, Nellie Mae Rowe, Purvis Young and others; through Jan. 5, 2014
Traveling exhibition of works based on the memoirs of Rob Storter; through Jan. 5, 2014
Collection of clothing, jewelry and photographs; through Jan. 5, 2014
An authentic Seminole chickee hut will be built in the Sculpture Garden; through Jan. 5, 2014
Paintings and Native American artifacts created and collected by the self-taught artist enhance the museum's permanent collection; through Jan. 5
Collection of works inspired by the Everglades and the Florida Seminoles; through Jan. 5
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