The Enchanted Highway of North Dakota

 The Tin Family, 1991

The Tin Family, 1991

The man behind it all, Gary Greff, a self taught artist who was determined to bring the life back into his hometown community in North Dakota. Greff thought it would be a great idea to bring some attention to the highway that passes through the town. So in 1991 he produced his first sculptors naming them, "The Tin Family".

 "Fisherman's Dream", 2006

"Fisherman's Dream", 2006

 Gary Greff in front of "Pheasants on the Prairie". Which consists of a 40-foot tall rooster, a 35-foot tall hen and two chicks that reach 15 feet high. Weighing in together at a whopping 30,000 pounds.

Gary Greff in front of "Pheasants on the Prairie". Which consists of a 40-foot tall rooster, a 35-foot tall hen and two chicks that reach 15 feet high. Weighing in together at a whopping 30,000 pounds.

Currently, Greff is in the process of producing a large spider web, which will be his 8th installation of the Enchanted Highway. He says the web represents how the Western and Eastern region of North Dakota connect. Typically for Greff covers all costs for his sculptures. For number eight though, he has raised 30,000 and is hoping to raise 15,000 in donations to help him reach his goal of 60,000. 

Watch the video below, to hear more about Greff's journey! 

If you're interested in donating and being apart of making the completion of the Enchanted Highway's eighth sculptor, then click on the link below to donate! Also, remember, any bit is a huge help!

SOURCE: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1477189188/the-enchanted-highway-the-worlds-largest-sculpture?ref=category



Simon Lunt