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little-guy.jpg Creation Myth (2012), by Tom Otterness, is one of four anchor installations commissioned for the Gallery’s Centennial Sculpture Park.
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SusanB.jpg Creation Myth includes more than a dozen small bronze figures. Those shown at left represent women’s rights pioneers Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton.
Ferrara-Marking Crossways.jpg The serpentine brick Path of Colors is part of Marking Crossways (2012) by Jackie Ferrara. It is one of four anchor installations commissioned for Centennial Sculpture Park.
Wendell-Castle-Unicorn-Family.jpg Wendell Castle’s Unicorn Family (2013) is one of four anchor installations commissioned for Centennial Sculpture Park. Twenty-two feet in diameter, this “gathering area” consists of a cast iron table, three chairs and 13-foot working LED lamp on a circular carpet of bricks.
Albert-Paley-Soliloquy.jpg Soliloquy (2013), a 25-foot stainless steel sculpture by Albert Paley, is one of four anchor installations commissioned for Centennial Sculpture Park. It is situated near the Gallery’s Goodman Street entrance.