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Sculptures installed in York City
Date: 10/3/2012 Album ID: 1544326
Nine large metal sculptures were installed on Wednesday, October, 3, 2012, along North George Street, all by six local artists. The official unveiling is Friday at 5:30 p.m. during First Friday at North Street and North George Street. Most pieces are made from "salvaged industrial metals with a story to tell, and how they relate to York County's history," says Salvaging and Creativity Company owner Patrick Sells. Bil Bowden photos Bil Bowden photos
Robert Machovec of Glen Rock fashioned a cat sculpture made out of old metal parts, many of them horseshoes. It can be seen on North George Street near North Street in York City. Nine large metal sculptures were installed on Wednesday, October, 3, 2012, along North George Street, all by six local artists. The official unveiling is Friday at 5:30 p.m. during First Friday at North Street and North George Street. Most pieces are made from salvaged industrial metals with a story to tell, and how they relate to York County's history, says Salvaging and Creativity Company owner Patrick Sells. Bil Bowden photos
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A biker pedals past a three-part metal sculpture of a dragon by Joshua Seitzer on North George Street in York City on Wednesday, October, 3, 2012.Nine large metal sculptures were installed on Wednesday, October, 3, 2012, along North George Street, all by six local artists. The official unveiling is Friday at 5:30 p.m. during First Friday at North Street and North George Street. Most pieces are made from salvaged industrial metals with a story to tell, and how they relate to York County's history, says Salvaging and Creativity Company owner Patrick Sells. Bil Bowden photos
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A car blurs past a metal sculpture of a dragon by Joshua Seitzer on North George Street in York City on Wednesday, October, 3, 2012.Nine large metal sculptures were installed on Wednesday, October, 3, 2012, along North George Street, all by six local artists. The official unveiling is Friday at 5:30 p.m. during First Friday at North Street and North George Street. Most pieces are made from salvaged industrial metals with a story to tell, and how they relate to York County's history, says Salvaging and Creativity Company owner Patricks Sells. Bil Bowden photos
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New metal sculptures were installed Wednesday night along North George Street, all by local artists, and all made of recycled metal parts and pieces.  Bil Bowden photos
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New metal sculptures were installed Wednesday night along North George Street, all by local artists, and all made of recycled metal parts and pieces.  Bil Bowden photos
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New metal sculptures were installed Wednesday night along North George Street, all by local artists, and all made of recycled metal parts and pieces.  Bil Bowden photos
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New metal sculptures were installed Wednesday night along North George Street, all by local artists, and all made of recycled metal parts and pieces.  Bil Bowden photos
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New metal sculptures were installed Wednesday night along North George Street, all by local artists, and all made of recycled metal parts and pieces.  Bil Bowden photos
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New metal sculptures were installed Wednesday night along North George Street, all by local artists, and all made of recycled metal parts and pieces.  Bil Bowden photos
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New metal sculptures were installed Wednesday night along North George Street, all by local artists, and all made of recycled metal parts and pieces.  Bil Bowden photos
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New metal sculptures were installed Wednesday night along North George Street, all by local artists, and all made of recycled metal parts and pieces.  Bil Bowden photos
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