It’s Enchanting! Giant grasshoppers roam the fields. A family of pheasants browse the grasses. Fish leap into the air. They are all part of a whimsical collection of scrap metal sculptures that entice travelers south, from I-94 to the small town of Regent, along the Enchanted Highway.
The artist, Gary Greff is a metal sculptor and retired school teacher. He designed, built, and installed seven monumental sculptures along the highway that the tourist board has named The Enchanted Highway. We understand that two more creations are almost ready for installation. Here are the sculptures in the order we encountered them:
Geese in Flight
We started the Enchanted Highway at the Gladstone exit on I-94. At the exit is the first sculpture group called Geese in Flight. In 2002, it was recognized as the world’s largest scrap metal sculpture by the Guinness Book of World Records.
The Tin Family
Teddy Rides Again
Pheasants on the Prairie
Grasshoppers in the Field
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