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Photo Gallery: Artwork Chip Off

Community members get a chance to work on the city's newest public art installation

On Sunday, members of the community gathered for the kick off of Moorpark's latest public art project, a sculpture that will be a part of the Ruben Castro Human Services complex.

Sculptor John Fisher began work on the piece with the help of some spectators who became sculptors themselves, as they got a chance to chip away at a four-foot by four-foot by 10-foot block of limestone imported from Florence, Texas. The artwork will take about three months to complete.

Janet Tallarigo-Murphy January 18, 2012 at 04:17 PM
Nice images Erick! I will have to go down and check it out!!!
Eric Narvaez January 18, 2012 at 08:13 PM
Thanks Janet, I can't wait to go back and photograph him working on it as it takes shape.
Janet Tallarigo-Murphy February 08, 2012 at 10:39 PM
Any update on John's project... I would LOVE to see more images of the process!!!

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