Where’s Amy attends unveiling of Fishers sculpture


Where’s Amy attended the unveiling of “Seize the Day,” the first commissioned sculpture in Fishers. The structure was created by artist Kevin Huff (Westfield) and adds a new architectural highlight to the Nickel Plate District. Carmel’s own Anthony Najem, CEO of Meyer Najem said the sculpture is intended to be an eye-catching statement piece that fits the theme of “past meets the present” and reflects Meyer Najem’s dedication to the Fishers community.

Afterwards there was a big celebration, and it was wonderful to hear how delighted all of the associates were to be a part of special day. Najem also believes this investment in the arts will create great opportunities to a wide range of local artists in the Hamilton County area. The dedication attracted several local business owners, city officials and several members of the Nickel Plate Arts along with curious local residents. “Seize the Day” is massive and beautiful and I must agree with Najem when he told Current last October that “Fishers has the opportunity to become one of the top arts communities in central Indiana.” Artist Huff said that the goal of his sculpture is to keep Fishers advancing into the future and Meyer Najem is bringing Fishers one step closer to that vision. I felt honored to be at the dedication and urge you to drive by and take a gander at this magnificent piece of art next time you are in Fishers. Trust me, it is truly amazing.

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