'Rebirth' -- A life-sized elk built from the components of an old linotype machine

New sculptures installed

Crews were busy installing the new batch of SculptureWalk art pieces at locations throughout downtown Castlegar on Saturday morning. A total of 25 new sculptures are being put on public display in Castlegar as part of SculptureWalk 2011.

  • May. 28, 2011 6:00 p.m.

Crews were busy installing the new batch of SculptureWalk art pieces at locations throughout downtown Castlegar on Saturday morning.

A total of 25 new sculptures are being put on public display in Castlegar as part of SculptureWalk 2011. That’s up from the 17 sculptures in 2010, the inaugural year for SculptureWalk.

For more on the new sculptures, see the next print edition of the Castlegar News, due out on Thursday, June 2.

In the meantime, you can check out more photos of the installations at facebook.com/castlegarnews.

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