Thoma’s creativity will grace the entrance to the City of Goodyear’s Public Works and Water Resources building
The taxpayers of Goodyear will foot the bill for Thoma’s art at a pricetag of $54,000.
Good grief, Goodyear. Couldn’t you find some local artist to donate his/her work to get some exposure?
We sure hope there’s no complaining about your budget, increasing water rates or laying off employees after voting for this $54K contract.
Speaking of taxpayer-funded art, maybe the city of Goodyear should take a lesson from the City of Tempe who awarded a $500 gift to local 16-year-old high school student, Max Ellinger. Max designed the artwork which will be displayed on Valley Metro buses. Cost to the taxpayers: $500. Exposure for local aspiring art student Max Ellinger, priceless.
Congratulations Max and to the taxpayer of Tempe who both benefitted.