Driving down the road in Dublin, Ohio, you are greeted with a field of corn that is stop number 129 in 365: The Tour.
There are 109 human-sized ears of corn dotting the Sam and Eulalia Frantz Park at the corner of Rings and Frantz Roads. Head to the line of trees along the west side of the collection to learn more about it.
What’s unusual about a field of corn in Ohio? This one is an art installation.
Appears, that Frantz was an expert in corn hybridization and the ears of corn stand as a symbolic reminder of his work at The Ohio State University. The Dublin Arts Council funded the project in 1994.
The corn is located at 4995 Rings Road in Dublin, Ohio.