Giant sculptures take up residence in Stillwater, Hastings

By Mary Divine | mdivine@pioneerpress.com
June 2, 2016

The news from downtown Stillwater, Wednesday morning: A dragonfly landed on North Main Street, a chokecherry tree was planted on the pedestrian plaza near Lowell Park, and two ballerinas twirled down South Main Street.

“This is gorgeous. Very, very nice,” said Stillwater Township resident Patricia Graham, as she and her short-haired fox terrier Miles walked past “Chokecherry Tree” by Hastings artist Dale Lewis. The sculpture, made of rebar, forks, spoons and red marbles, is for sale for $12,000.

“It’s a great addition to the community, it really is,” Graham said.

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Welder and artist John Hughes installs "Trap", an original outdoor sculpture of a life-sized female wolf made out of animal traps by Dale Lewis, in downtown Stillwater, Wednesday, June 1, 2016. (Pioneer Press: Scott Takushi)

Welder and artist John Hughes installs “Trap”, an original outdoor sculpture of a life-sized female wolf made out of animal traps by Dale Lewis, in downtown Stillwater, Wednesday, June 1, 2016. (Pioneer Press: Scott Takushi)

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