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Being commissioned to do large-scale public work has always been the perceived zenith of a sculptor’s career.  Though I may imagine my work in public spaces, standing writ large in bronze or steel, the new reality is that the public square has become a minefield, successfully navigated only by the politically astute.  These small works stand like monuments on the square of my own upturned hand, here is a plot of available ground upon which to speculate a common vision.
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