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Portfolio: Peter Woytuk 

In late October, the Kent, Connecticut-based sculptor, Peter Woytuk, known for his simplified forms of cattle, birds, goats, and sheep, opened an ambitious exhibition of bronzes at 17 locations along the Broadway mall between Columbus Circle and 168th Street. “Peter Woytuk on Broadway” features the artist’s signature whimsical creations. The exhibition, a collaboration between New York City Parks and Recreation, New York City Department of Transportation, Broadway Mall Association, and the Morrison Gallery of Kent, Connecticut, opened in late October and will be on display through March. (860) 927-4501; www.themorrisongallery.com.

click to enlarge "A Kiwi," 72nd street - GARY HALBY
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  • "A Kiwi," 72nd street
click to enlarge "Bantam Pair," 157th street - GARY HALBY
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  • "Bantam Pair," 157th street
click to enlarge Installing "Elephant Pair" at Columbus Circle - GARY HALBY
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  • Installing "Elephant Pair" at Columbus Circle
click to enlarge "Bridging the Gap," 114th street - GARY HALBY
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  • "Bridging the Gap," 114th street
click to enlarge "4 Ostriches," 86th street - GARY HALBY
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  • "4 Ostriches," 86th street

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