PARK CITY ? Park City artist Bill Kranstover's 25-foot-high Olympic flame sculpture is one of many art works created as part of a program to spotlight the 2002 Winter Games.

And on Saturday, local artwork will be showcased between 2 and 4 p.m. at the Kimball Art Center on Main and Heber streets. It's part of the GM Olympic Art Legacy Program, an initiative designed to establish a link between GM and the Park City community.

Admission is free.

Besides Kranstover's sculpture, Park City students painted colorful mosaic bricks as part of the Chevrolet "The Team Behind the Team" school program.

U.S. Olympian Tristan Gale plans to attend Saturday's event.