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    I'm unveiling a sculpture in Raleigh at the end of July. Can anyone recommend things we absolutely should not miss in that area when we go? We could spend a couple extra days in the area and will rent a car. Wilmington? Norfolk?
    Thanks!

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    [QUOTE=Poetryart;155372]I'm unveiling a sculpture in Raleigh at the end of July. Can anyone recommend things we absolutely should not miss in that area when we go? We could spend a couple extra days in the area and will rent a car. Wilmington? Norfolk?
    Thanks![/QUOTE

    Do you have the honor of unveiling it or is it your creation, are you the artist?

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      I'm a sculptor.

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        Re: Raleigh, nc

        Originally posted by Poetryart View Post
        I'm unveiling a sculpture in Raleigh at the end of July. Can anyone recommend things we absolutely should not miss in that area when we go? We could spend a couple extra days in the area and will rent a car. Wilmington? Norfolk?
        Thanks!
        Head west to Asheville...lots to do there.
        Old World Stone & Garden

        Current WFO build - Dry Stone Base & Gothic Vault

        When we build, let us think that we build for ever.
        John Ruskin

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          Re: Raleigh, nc

          Originally posted by Poetryart View Post
          I'm a sculptor.
          Congratulations! Is it a public or private piece? Is it on the net to be seen, with any of your other works?

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            Thanks! It's going in a church, outside actually. This one is St. Ignatius, #6 of 8, only 2 left in the edition. Im currently working on a 10 ft tall Ascending Mary for a church in Louisiana. Someday I plan to sculpt a really cool chimney pipe for the pizza oven, but have too many paying jobs to play with first - definately not complaining about that!

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