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A giant crane stands guard on Roberson Street, its
feathers tucked in a stoic pose.
An ancient Mayan god descends upon the public
Those icons, made from bits of chrome, alu-
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large-scale pieces to the town for residents
Kate Flory, executive director of the Chapel
Hill Public Arts Commission, said setting up
the outdoor sculptures is a way for everyone to expe
rience art even if they aren’t looking for it.
“It’s also great for the community hecause you
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Chapel Hill resident Terry Barnett (top of page) shows off his sculpture, named 'Sun Search,' which he purchased from the public art commission's 2004 'Sculpture Visions' exhibition.
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2005