Alice in Wonderland Suite
Alice in Wonderland Suite is a series of five panels installed along the south wall of the Library Park development.
The series of murals began as watercolor paintings created by Kirk Mangus (1952-2013) in 2012 that were subsequently reproduced at a larger-than-life scale for installation along the wall that faces the Columbus Metropolitan Library and Topiary Park. Each panel depicts a scene inspired by Lewis Carroll’s timeless novel, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Viewers can experience their favorite moments in the beloved tale, including Alice’s encounter with the Cheshire Cat, the Mad Hatter’s tea party, and the Queen’s croquet game. The surreal, chaotic world beyond the rabbit hole is perfectly expressed by Mangus’s trademark gestural style and spontaneous mark-making.
409 Oak St., Columbus, ohio, 43215
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