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Buck and Doe by Peter Sawatzky.


Looking out from the pond to the fountain at the end of the canal.


Angular Ascent by Todd Braun. Outside, the house is surrounded by


A view of the fountain at sunset.


a sculpture garden featuring both lo- cal and international sculptors. Of the current 20 pieces, five local artists are on display including Todd Braun and Ken Loewen, both from Altona. From the neighbouring town of Glenboro, wildlife artist Peter Sawatzky has been sponsored by Friesens and Golden West Broadcasting with his life size piece, Buck and Doe. Visitors to Por- tage and Main in Winnipeg will be aware of his wonderful work, Seal River Crossing, on the Richardson Plaza. Jake Goertzen from Horndean dis-


plays a quirky piece called Morning glory, and a pair of bears by Leo Mol from Winnipeg are on loan to round out the Manitoba inclusions. Another seven artists are from the USA and the rest from various places around Canada and the world. Many of the pieces are quite signifi-


Ring piece sculpture by Douglas Benson. 20 • Spring 2017


cant. Some have been donated by inter- ested citizens, including Te Finishing Line, by Alfred Boucher of France, cre- ated in 1886 and donated by the late Vaughn Baird, a Winnipeg lawyer and Olympic sports fan.


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