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Monday November 12th, 2012

Posted at 10:00am

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The Windsor Sculpture Park — formerly the Odette Sculpture Garden — has a brand new addition.

The current 31-piece garden has seen the installation of a new piece after a donation by citizens Stephen and Kelly Savage of a piece entitled “The Claim Post” by artist Scott McKay. McKay describes the sculpture as one that “draw[s] attention to an area of significance and [it] will mark potential and proven resources in a vibrant city”.

The sculpture is 12 feet tall with steel “ribbons”.

“The flowing ribbons of steel represent the creative energy while the post draws on the strength of community,” described McKay in an artist statement.

The Windsor Sculpture Park has also reintroduced the Audio Corridor sculpture, which had been removed for repairs. The piece has been re-located to a more accessible location at the foot of McEwan Avenue following extensive work by its creator Ian Lazarus.

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