Photos: Lasting tribute to volunteers

Artists Piper Foreso, left, and Janna Ugone pull the ribbon off to unveil their public sculpture “Easthampton Storyscape: A Salute to Volunteers for the Arts” on Saturday afternoon during a dedication ceremony at the Nashawannuck Pond boardwalk in Easthampton. The sculpture was made in honor of Debra Tautznik and Denise Herzog and is dedicated to all the volunteers for the arts in the city of Easthampton and was funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the American Rescue Plan Act.

Artists Piper Foreso, left, and Janna Ugone pull the ribbon off to unveil their public sculpture “Easthampton Storyscape: A Salute to Volunteers for the Arts” on Saturday afternoon during a dedication ceremony at the Nashawannuck Pond boardwalk in Easthampton. The sculpture was made in honor of Debra Tautznik and Denise Herzog and is dedicated to all the volunteers for the arts in the city of Easthampton and was funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the American Rescue Plan Act. STAFF PHOTO/DAN LITTLE

Artists Piper Foreso, left, and Janna Ugone pull the ribbon off to unveil their public sculpture “Easthampton Storyscape: A Salute to Volunteers for the Arts” on Saturday afternoon during a dedication ceremony at the Nashawannuck Pond boardwalk in Easthampton. The sculpture was made in honor of Debra Tautznik and Denise Herzog and is dedicated to all the volunteers for the arts in the city of Easthampton and was funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the American Rescue Plan Act.

Artists Piper Foreso, left, and Janna Ugone pull the ribbon off to unveil their public sculpture “Easthampton Storyscape: A Salute to Volunteers for the Arts” on Saturday afternoon during a dedication ceremony at the Nashawannuck Pond boardwalk in Easthampton. The sculpture was made in honor of Debra Tautznik and Denise Herzog and is dedicated to all the volunteers for the arts in the city of Easthampton and was funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the American Rescue Plan Act. STAFF PHOTO/DAN LITTLE

Marcia Morrison speaks during the dedication ceremony of the public sculpture “Easthampton Storyscape: A Salute to Volunteers for the Arts” by artists Piper Foreso and Janna Ugone on Saturday afternoon at the Nashawannuck Pond boardwalk in Easthampton. The sculpture was made in honor of Debra Tautznik and Denise Herzog and is dedicated to all the volunteers for the arts in the city of Easthampton and was funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the American Rescue Plan Act.

Marcia Morrison speaks during the dedication ceremony of the public sculpture “Easthampton Storyscape: A Salute to Volunteers for the Arts” by artists Piper Foreso and Janna Ugone on Saturday afternoon at the Nashawannuck Pond boardwalk in Easthampton. The sculpture was made in honor of Debra Tautznik and Denise Herzog and is dedicated to all the volunteers for the arts in the city of Easthampton and was funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the American Rescue Plan Act. STAFF PHOTO/DAN LITTLE

Artist Janna Ugone has her photo taken prior to the unveiling of the public sculpture “Easthampton Storyscape: A Salute to Volunteers for the Arts” on Saturday afternoon during a dedication ceremony at the Nashawannuck Pond boardwalk in Easthampton. The sculpture was made in honor of Debra Tautznik and Denise Herzog and is dedicated to all the volunteers for the arts in the city of Easthampton and was funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the American Rescue Plan Act.

Artist Janna Ugone has her photo taken prior to the unveiling of the public sculpture “Easthampton Storyscape: A Salute to Volunteers for the Arts” on Saturday afternoon during a dedication ceremony at the Nashawannuck Pond boardwalk in Easthampton. The sculpture was made in honor of Debra Tautznik and Denise Herzog and is dedicated to all the volunteers for the arts in the city of Easthampton and was funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the American Rescue Plan Act. STAFF PHOTO/DAN LITTLE

Dozens gather Saturday afternoon for the the dedication ceremony of the public sculpture “Easthampton Storyscape: A Salute to Volunteers for the Arts” by artists Piper Foreso and Janna Ugone at the Nashawannuck Pond boardwalk in Easthampton. The sculpture was made in honor of Debra Tautznik and Denise Herzog and is dedicated to all the volunteers for the arts in the city of Easthampton and was funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the American Rescue Plan Act.

Dozens gather Saturday afternoon for the the dedication ceremony of the public sculpture “Easthampton Storyscape: A Salute to Volunteers for the Arts” by artists Piper Foreso and Janna Ugone at the Nashawannuck Pond boardwalk in Easthampton. The sculpture was made in honor of Debra Tautznik and Denise Herzog and is dedicated to all the volunteers for the arts in the city of Easthampton and was funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the American Rescue Plan Act. STAFF PHOTO/DAN LITTLE

Artists Piper Foreso, right, and Janna Ugone speak during the dedication ceremony of their public sculpture “Easthampton Storyscape: A Salute to Volunteers for the Arts” on Saturday afternoon at the Nashawannuck Pond boardwalk in Easthampton. The sculpture was made in honor of Debra Tautznik and Denise Herzog and is dedicated to all the volunteers for the arts in the city of Easthampton and was funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the American Rescue Plan Act.

Artists Piper Foreso, right, and Janna Ugone speak during the dedication ceremony of their public sculpture “Easthampton Storyscape: A Salute to Volunteers for the Arts” on Saturday afternoon at the Nashawannuck Pond boardwalk in Easthampton. The sculpture was made in honor of Debra Tautznik and Denise Herzog and is dedicated to all the volunteers for the arts in the city of Easthampton and was funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the American Rescue Plan Act. STAFF PHOTO/DAN LITTLE

Artists Piper Foreso and Janna Ugone, who created the public sculpture with the help of Dave Carver, speak during the dedication ceremony for “Easthampton Storyscape: A Salute to Volunteers for the Arts” on Saturday afternoon at the Nashawannuck Pond boardwalk in Easthampton. The sculpture was made in honor of Debra Tautznik and Denise Herzog and is dedicated to all the volunteers for the arts in the city of Easthampton and was funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the American Rescue Plan Act.

Artists Piper Foreso and Janna Ugone, who created the public sculpture with the help of Dave Carver, speak during the dedication ceremony for “Easthampton Storyscape: A Salute to Volunteers for the Arts” on Saturday afternoon at the Nashawannuck Pond boardwalk in Easthampton. The sculpture was made in honor of Debra Tautznik and Denise Herzog and is dedicated to all the volunteers for the arts in the city of Easthampton and was funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the American Rescue Plan Act. STAFF PHOTO/DAN LITTLE

Marcia Morrison speaks during the dedication ceremony of the public sculpture “Easthampton Storyscape: A Salute to Volunteers for the Arts” by artists Piper Foreso and Janna Ugone on Saturday afternoon at the Nashawannuck Pond boardwalk in Easthampton. The sculpture was made in honor of Debra Tautznik and Denise Herzog and is dedicated to all the volunteers for the arts in the city of Easthampton and was funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the American Rescue Plan Act.

Marcia Morrison speaks during the dedication ceremony of the public sculpture “Easthampton Storyscape: A Salute to Volunteers for the Arts” by artists Piper Foreso and Janna Ugone on Saturday afternoon at the Nashawannuck Pond boardwalk in Easthampton. The sculpture was made in honor of Debra Tautznik and Denise Herzog and is dedicated to all the volunteers for the arts in the city of Easthampton and was funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the American Rescue Plan Act. STAFF PHOTO/DAN LITTLE

ECA Arts & Culture director Pasqualina Azzarello speaks during the dedication ceremony of the public sculpture “Easthampton Storyscape: A Salute to Volunteers for the Arts” by artists Piper Foreso and Janna Ugone on Saturday afternoon at the Nashawannuck Pond boardwalk in Easthampton. The sculpture was made in honor of Debra Tautznik and Denise Herzog and is dedicated to all the volunteers for the arts in the city of Easthampton and was funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the American Rescue Plan Act.

ECA Arts & Culture director Pasqualina Azzarello speaks during the dedication ceremony of the public sculpture “Easthampton Storyscape: A Salute to Volunteers for the Arts” by artists Piper Foreso and Janna Ugone on Saturday afternoon at the Nashawannuck Pond boardwalk in Easthampton. The sculpture was made in honor of Debra Tautznik and Denise Herzog and is dedicated to all the volunteers for the arts in the city of Easthampton and was funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the American Rescue Plan Act. STAFF PHOTO/DAN LITTLE

Paula Ellison peeks through one of the windows of the public sculpture “Easthampton Storyscape: A Salute to Volunteers for the Arts” on Saturday afternoon at the Nashawannuck Pond boardwalk in Easthampton. The sculpture was made in honor of Debra Tautznik and Denise Herzog and is dedicated to all the volunteers for the arts in the city of Easthampton and was funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the American Rescue Plan Act.

Paula Ellison peeks through one of the windows of the public sculpture “Easthampton Storyscape: A Salute to Volunteers for the Arts” on Saturday afternoon at the Nashawannuck Pond boardwalk in Easthampton. The sculpture was made in honor of Debra Tautznik and Denise Herzog and is dedicated to all the volunteers for the arts in the city of Easthampton and was funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the American Rescue Plan Act. STAFF PHOTO/DAN LITTLE

Tina Kramer peeks through one of the windows of the public sculpture “Easthampton Storyscape: A Salute to Volunteers for the Arts” on Saturday afternoon at the Nashawannuck Pond boardwalk in Easthampton. The sculpture was made in honor of Debra Tautznik and Denise Herzog and is dedicated to all the volunteers for the arts in the city of Easthampton and was funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the American Rescue Plan Act.

Tina Kramer peeks through one of the windows of the public sculpture “Easthampton Storyscape: A Salute to Volunteers for the Arts” on Saturday afternoon at the Nashawannuck Pond boardwalk in Easthampton. The sculpture was made in honor of Debra Tautznik and Denise Herzog and is dedicated to all the volunteers for the arts in the city of Easthampton and was funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the American Rescue Plan Act. STAFF PHOTO/DAN LITTLE

The public sculpture “Easthampton Storyscape: A Salute to Volunteers for the Arts” on Saturday afternoon at the Nashawannuck Pond boardwalk in Easthampton. The sculpture was made in honor of Debra Tautznik and Denise Herzog and is dedicated to all the volunteers for the arts in the city of Easthampton and was funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the American Rescue Plan Act.

The public sculpture “Easthampton Storyscape: A Salute to Volunteers for the Arts” on Saturday afternoon at the Nashawannuck Pond boardwalk in Easthampton. The sculpture was made in honor of Debra Tautznik and Denise Herzog and is dedicated to all the volunteers for the arts in the city of Easthampton and was funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the American Rescue Plan Act. STAFF PHOTO/DAN LITTLE

Published: 05-14-2024 4:45 PM

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