'Big Bugs' Take Over Kingwood Center Gardens

  • 5/16/2018 4:52:49 PM
  • Jesse Smith
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MANSFIELD, OH - For over 20 years, artist and creator David Rogers has been touring with his exhibit, "David Rogers' Big Bugs," bringing a variety of oversized insects from place to place. From May 19 until August 19, visitors can tour Kingwood Center Gardens to experience ten larger-than-life pieces of the world's coolest creepy-crawlies.

"I just chose insects that I thought would look really interesting," said Rogers. "I wasn't trying to make an artistic statement or anything. I just thought, 'I want to make more things that are really fun to look at'."

For more information on Kingwood Center Gardens, visit KingwoodCenter.org.

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