BURLINGTON — Vermont’s largest city will hold a major sculpture exhibit this summer.
Burlington City Arts said it will feature a retrospective of the work of artist David Stromeyer.
An opening reception will be held on June 29.
Also as part of the exhibition, four sculptures will be in City Hall Park, and one on the Church Street Marketplace in front of the arts center.
Stromeyer purchased a 190-acre property in Enosburg Falls in the early 1970s.
His works monumental-scale sculptural works “twist, bend, fold and flow.”
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