Peace Pole

by Girl Scout Troop 70190

Design Statement

Hopewell Valley Girl Scouts Brownie Troop 70190 designed a Peace Pole to encourage peace throughout the world. The Peace Pole is a traditional Girl Scout project and it perfectly meshed with vision of the Art Spires. The girls of the troop picked a tie dye background theme to represent the peace movement of the 1960’s and the word for “Peace” is represented in the languages spoken by the girls in the troop and their backgrounds. The languages include English, Hungarian, Italian, Gaelic, Spanish, Danish, and Chinese.


Materials:  Acrylic paint

Dimensions: 5″ x 5″ x 53″

Map/Spire Number: 58

Location: Hopewell YMCA/Pennington Methodist Church

Address: 62 S. Main Street, Pennington NJ

About the Artists

About the Artists

Hopewell Valley Girl Scouts Troop 70190 has been together since they were Daisies in kindergarten. The girls represent the Toll Gate and Bear Tavern grammar schools.



HV Arts Council Patterson Full Spire
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Artistic Accolades:

“The calming palette and strong design make for an inspiring international wish for PEACE.”