Steelroots

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This presentation illustrates the new exhibit by Steve Tobin at the Morton Arboretum. It will be interesting to see how the pieces appear in different weather conditions and across the seasons. Tobin works in many different media, often getting his inspiration from nature. He has exhibited world-wide, and in 2004 his sculpture called Trinity Root was chosen to be installed near Ground Zero in Lower Manhattan. It is the first and only art memorial near the 9/11 disaster site. The sculpture is a bronze casting of the stump and roots of the historic sycamore tree that saved St. Paul's Chapel during the attack on the World Trade Center. The Morton Arboretum grounds provide a perfect setting for Tobin's works. The exhibit runs from April 9th 2010 to January 31st, 2011

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Steelroots

  1. 1. The Morton Arboretum Steelroots Sculpture by Steve Tobin Photos by Dulcey Lima April 9, 2010-January 31 st 2011 Photos: Dulcey Lima
  2. 21. mortonarb.org www.stevetobin.com

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