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Pascale Pryor crafted the stained glass sculpture, Waterfall, that now sits beyond the waters in Andy Brown Park East. There are several sculptures throughout Coppell whose artists and origins are relatively unknown, but these artworks all share one thing: a home in Coppell. Photo by Anjali Krishna

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Pascale Pryor crafted the stained glass sculpture, Waterfall, that now sits beyond the waters in Andy Brown Park East. There are several sculptures throughout Coppell whose artists and origins are relatively unknown, but these artworks all share one thing: a home in Coppell. Photo by Anjali Krishna

Waterfall

Waterfall created by local artist Pascale Pryor is a stained glass sculpture that reflects the light glistening over Andy Brown Park East’s waters. The piece was initially introduced to the city as a part of a juried exhibition entitled Art Splash held by the Coppell Art’s Council. Pryor sought to replicate the organic shapes and natural rhythm found within water features of the natural world utilizing translucent and variegated shades of glass to mimic the fluidity of water. The artwork and many others created by Pryor are her attempts to better the world around her, fueling her sense of purpose and drive to create.