Dedication of “Granite Trio,” St. Cloud, MN, 1973
Next time you’re in St. Cloud—you make regular visits to St. Cloud, right?—make sure to check out the three big rocks on St. Germain Street, in front of Herberger’s. Those, my friends, are “Granite Trio,” an unusually heavy display of public art that was dedicated on August 30, 1973. The sculpture, created by local artist Anthony Caponi, represents—well, I’m not sure what it represents.
Image via WJON/Stearns History Museum High-res

Dedication of “Granite Trio,” St. Cloud, MN, 1973

Next time you’re in St. Cloud—you make regular visits to St. Cloud, right?—make sure to check out the three big rocks on St. Germain Street, in front of Herberger’s. Those, my friends, are “Granite Trio,” an unusually heavy display of public art that was dedicated on August 30, 1973. The sculpture, created by local artist Anthony Caponi, represents—well, I’m not sure what it represents.

Image via WJON/Stearns History Museum