Sculpture circus on the North Shore

  "Fruit of Fancy,'' by Phillip Marshall, in "The Flying Horse Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit,'' at the Pingree School, South Hamilton, Mass., Sept. 1-Nov. 4.  (South Hamilton is an affluent community on the North Shore.) The organizers say that over the years this show has become one of the largest temporary outdoor displays of sculpture in New England, and that this year's show "will feature more than 50 installations submitted by artists from New England, California and New Mexico. The sculptures are constructed from various types of materials, such as wood, glass, bronze, recycled metal, fiberglass, and many others. Some of the sculptures are even interactive.''

"Fruit of Fancy,'' by Phillip Marshall, in "The Flying Horse Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit,'' at the Pingree School, South Hamilton, Mass., Sept. 1-Nov. 4.  (South Hamilton is an affluent community on the North Shore.) The organizers say that over the years this show has become one of the largest temporary outdoor displays of sculpture in New England, and that this year's show "will feature more than 50 installations submitted by artists from New England, California and New Mexico. The sculptures are constructed from various types of materials, such as wood, glass, bronze, recycled metal, fiberglass, and many others. Some of the sculptures are even interactive.''

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