On Tuesday part of a massive sculpture project in Rapid City was revealed. Sculptor Masayuki Nagase is working on sculptures in Main Street Square and two of the stones were unveiled.
Barriers were removed and people now can look at the work. A new barrier was put around the next set of stones to be carved. Coordinators of the project say many can enjoy it.
"I love the aesthetics behind it and also the fact that it tells our story everybody's story here in the Black Hills and Badlands," said Anna Huntington, Destination Rapid City Community Arts Coordinator.
When finished, there will be 21 pieces . The project will cost $2 million and take about five years to complete.