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Times Free Press – Living and Giving: All Aboard for Sculpture benefits urban Sculpture Fields

  ‘ What: A train ride and entertainment by Chef Stretch, the sculptor and chef who has been featured on Food Network’s “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives,” were part of “All Aboard for Sculpture,” hosted by artists Pamela and John Henry. After cocktails at the Henry home, 112 guests boarded a Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum train for a dinner excursion through Chattanooga. ‘ Benefits: Raised $10,000 for the development of the Sculpture Fields on East 16th Street. Matt Killebrew, Katherine Killebrew, Carolyn Kaufman, Stephanie Yost, Andy Yost, from left. Photo by David Humber   Article from timesfreepress.com Click HERE to read the
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Lookout Mountain Mirror – Sculpture Fields Gets New Art, Hosting Fundraiser

Lookout Mountain Mirror Happenings Sculpture Fields Gets New Art, Hosting Fundraiser  Tuesday, October 6, 2015 It was like something from science fiction. Looming on the horizon, a 330-ton crane stood still, its cables poised to hoist a 65-ton structure from deep within the earth to an upright position. This was public art at its most raw and enterprising core. Peter Lundberg, an artist from Vermont, created this public art structure out of concrete. Its form: the earth’s crust. Its function: a tribute piece to honor the Chattanooga Fallen. “We created this mound like many other berms around the park,” said
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