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Ad Libs: Mighty sculptures from little saplings grow

Uploaded: Dec 9, 2010
I am already looking forward to an interview that's five weeks away. Wouldn't you, if the artist made giant fanciful sculptures from tree saplings?

Environmental sculptor Patrick Dougherty is scheduled to come to Palo Alto in January for a three-week artist residency at the Palo Alto Art Center. During that time, he'll be creating an installation specific to the grounds of the art center. ...

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Posted by Art Lover, a resident of ,
on Dec 19, 2010 at 9:17 pm

Can't wait - it's going to be fabulous! Thanks Rebecca for the info.


Posted by inches, a resident of Cuesta Park,
on Jul 9, 2016 at 10:19 am

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