Cement Goddesses

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Uploaded 20 Oct 2009
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© Gerry Zeck
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In the late 1920's, John Ringling brought hundreds of Italian marble sculptures to Sarasota, the former winter home of the Ringling Brothers, Barnum and Bailey Circus.

About twelve years ago I participated in a documentation of outdoor sculpture in Sarasota, Florida. Now it's time to take another look at outdoor sculptures that have survived the ravages of weather.

These cement goddess sculptures were knock-offs of the Ringling works.

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