Seward statues chosen for Crown Point’s art project

CROWN POINT — The statues have been chosen for the city’s annual public art project.

When they arrive in May, it will mark the fourth consecutive year the city will showcase life-size sculptures by American artist Seward Johnson.

As previously reported in The Times, one of the works will be a 25-foot statue that recreates the famous embrace between a sailor and a nurse celebrating the end of World War II in 1945 in New York’s Times Square.

CROWN POINT — The statues have been chosen for the city’s annual public art project.

When they arrive in May, it will mark the fourth consecutive year the city will showcase life-size sculptures by American artist Seward Johnson.

As previously reported in The Times, one of the works will be a 25-foot statue that recreates the famous embrace between a sailor and a nurse celebrating the end of World War II in 1945 in New York’s Times Square. Read more

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