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The site-specific bronze installation was commissioned for Kidd Springs Park as part of the City of Dallas’ Public Art Program.
Composed of ducks flying playfully in a circle and familiar objects that are often found in the park, the sculpture engages the viewer to participate in a treasure hunt to identify twenty-four things that can be found at Kidd Springs
Park at any time of the day during the week.
Many of the objects included in the sculpture, such as the skate board, the baseball hat, the flip-flop, were donated by people who live and work in this unique Oak Cliff community.
Located on the southwest side of the park near the swimming pool on Canty Street, Kidd 24/7 greets visitors to the park at the entrance and provides a spectacular introduction to the park’s playgrounds and activities.