Mark Twain - Parkville


Location: Pocket Park, Main Street and E 1st Street, Parkville, MO

Owner: City of Parkville

Artist: Unknown

Dates: Donated to Parkville, February 2, 2010; Installed March 2010

Medium: Bronze

Description:

AKA Storyteller

Artists Helping the Homeless donated this artwork to the City of Parkville in 2010 acknowledging that Twain once used a town named Parkville in one of his novels. In this sculpture, Twain seems to be beckoning you to sit down and listen to him tell a story. It can be found in Pocket Park in downtown Parkville.

Artists Helping the Homeless (AHH) was created by Kar Woo, a Kansas City businessman and artist, to help fund a program to feed the homeless through art events and sales. A receptacle for donations to AHH sits near the sculpture.

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