My statue is a masterpiece. Photo by Sower staff.
People always say that the beauty of art is in the eye of the beholder. There are a number of artworks that people across the world say are beautiful–the “Mona Lisa,” “Starry Night” and “The Last Supper” to name a few. There is also the artwork that Concordia art students create each semester in the Brommer Art Center.
Coming in at a close second would have to be the baptismal font inside of Weller. Each day as students walk into chapel they are reminded of their baptism and how their sins are washed away. Inside of the font are Bibelots that students can take with them to remind them that they are a child of God.
But the best piece of art on Concordia’s campus is the sculpture of Bruiser inside of Walz. This is because it embodies everything good about Concordia and myself. We are all proud to be Bulldogs and Bruiser is a physical representation of that. Walz is also the building where our very successful basketball teams play and we are very proud of them. It is a good representation of our school spirit. Once a Bulldog, always a Bulldog.