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  • Griffin Albert, left, and Jim Helems, working for philanthropist and artist Harold Grinspoon, prepare to cover a hole they dug Thursday for the installation of a new Painted Tree sculpture that will join the one at right near the tennis courts at Look Park in Florence. Their crew and another worked through the daylong rain to prepare several sites for the sculptures, collaborations between Grinspoon and other artists, with the intention of installing them Friday. STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN GUTTING

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Published: 4/17/2021 3:31:42 PM

FLORENCE – Griffin Albert and Jim Helems, working for philanthropist and artist Harold Grinspoon and undaunted by Thursday’s rain, prepared a site near the tennis courts at Look Park for a new Painted Tree sculpture that will join several others in the park. Their crew and another worked through the daylong rain to prepare several sites for the sculptures, collaborations between Grinspoon and other artists, with the intention of installing them on Friday.

Kevin Gutting can be reached at kgutting@gazettenet.com.


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