Washington, D.C.'s newest face? It's a 6-acre portrait called "Out of Many, One" and it's made of sand, soil and gravel. Here's the catch: You can't see it from the ground.
Those walking through the artwork, which opened Saturday beside the reflecting pool in front of the Lincoln Memorial on the National Mall, won't see the face of a man peeking out from behind a row of bushes. They'll see furrows of gravel and dirt, along with interactive displays that explain how it all came together.
It takes a high vantage point -- really high -- to discern the artwork created by Cuban American artist Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada and commissioned by the