[Baltimore Sun] Harford 250 public art piece unveiled | PHOTOS

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See photos of the Harford 250 public art piece during its official unveiling at Bynum Run Park on Tuesday. The mosaic artwork titled “Rooted in History; Lighting the Future” was created by artist Lisa Scarbath using locally donated items for the Harford 250 celebration.

One of the four panels of the Harford 250 public art piece officially unveiled at Bynum Run Park on Tuesday. The mosiac artwork titled “Rooted in History; Lighting the Future” was created by artist Lisa Scarbath using locally donated items for the Harford 250 celebration. (Brian Krista/staff photo)
One of the four panels of the Harford 250 public art piece officially unveiled at Bynum Run Park on Tuesday. The mosiac artwork titled “Rooted in History; Lighting the Future” was created by artist Lisa Scarbath using locally donated items for the Harford 250 celebration. (Brian Krista/staff photo)

A section of the Harford 250 public art piece features technology allowing viewers to use their smart phones to read and/or listen to files about the artwork at Bynum Run Park. The mosiac artwork titled “Rooted in History; Lighting the Future” was created by artist Lisa Scarbath using locally donated items for the Harford 250 celebration. (Brian Krista/staff photo)
Harford County Executive Bob Cassilly, right, is seen with artist Lisa Scarbath during the official unveiling of the the Harford 250 public art piece at Bynum Run Park on Tuesday. The four-panel mosiac artwork titled “Rooted in History; Lighting the Future” was created by artist Lisa Scarbath using locally donated items for the Harford 250 celebration. (Brian Krista/staff photo)
A detailed look at one of the panels of the Harford 250 public art piece at Bynum Run Park. The mosiac artwork titled “Rooted in History; Lighting the Future” was created by artist Lisa Scarbath using locally donated items for the Harford 250 celebration. (Brian Krista/staff photo)

Harford County Executive Bob Cassilly, joined by Parks and Recreation director Paul Magness, left, speaks with people gathered for the official unveiling of the the Harford 250 public art piece at Bynum Run Park on Tuesday. The four-panel mosiac artwork titled “Rooted in History; Lighting the Future” was created by artist Lisa Scarbath using locally donated items for the Harford 250 celebration. (Brian Krista/staff photo)
One of the four panels of the Harford 250 public art piece officially unveiled at Bynum Run Park on Tuesday. The mosiac artwork titled “Rooted in History; Lighting the Future” was created by artist Lisa Scarbath using locally donated items for the Harford 250 celebration. (Brian Krista/staff photo)
Artist Lisa Scarbath, center, talks about the ideas and process behind the making of the mosiac artwork with Jackie Seneschal, left, co-chair of the Harford 250 Celebration and Angela Hoover with Harford County Parks and Recreation, during the official unveiling of the public art piece at Bynum Run Park on Tuesday. The four-panel mosiac artwork titled “Rooted in History; Lighting the Future” was created by artist Lisa Scarbath using locally donated items for the Harford 250 celebration. (Brian Krista/staff photo)

One of the four panels of the Harford 250 public art piece officially unveiled at Bynum Run Park on Tuesday. The mosiac artwork titled “Rooted in History; Lighting the Future” was created by artist Lisa Scarbath using locally donated items for the Harford 250 celebration. (Brian Krista/staff photo)
People gather for the official unveiling of the the Harford 250 public art piece at Bynum Run Park on Tuesday. The four-panel mosiac artwork titled “Rooted in History; Lighting the Future” was created by artist Lisa Scarbath using locally donated items for the Harford 250 celebration. (Brian Krista/staff photo)
Parks and Recreation director Paul Magness uses his phone to scan a portion of the mosiac artwork and access information about the project during the official unveiling of the the Harford 250 public art piece at Bynum Run Park on Tuesday. The four-panel mosiac artwork titled “Rooted in History; Lighting the Future” was created by artist Lisa Scarbath using locally donated items for the Harford 250 celebration. (Brian Krista/staff photo)

People gather for the official unveiling of the Harford 250 public art piece at Bynum Run Park on Tuesday. The four-panel mosiac artwork titled “Rooted in History; Lighting the Future” was created by artist Lisa Scarbath using locally donated items for the Harford 250 celebration. (Brian Krista/staff photo)

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