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Elephants on the Road Again

Two cast bronze elephants created by artist Peter Woytuk are strapped in Wednesday for their impending voyage to a park in Santa Fe, N.M. There the sculptures will be part of a Woytuk exhibit. The Anne Reed Gallery brought the two elephants to Ketchum, and over the course of two years the pachyderms made many friends in the valley. The two-ton male and one-ton female were cast in China as single pieces, a process that is very rare, said L’Anne Gilman of Anne Reed Gallery. Gilman is pictured here atop the lead animal as the driver straps the sculpture down for the trip. Asked what route the truck would take, Gilman said they would go whichever way the height of the elephants wasn’t an issue. Gilman expects the gallery will receive new Woytuk pieces next week. Express photo by David N. Seelig

Friday — June 25, 2004




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