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"Sunday Morning" shows two people reading the New York Times. It will be in a Seward Johnson retrospective.
"Sunday Morning" shows two people reading the New York Times. It will be in a Seward Johnson retrospective. ELIZABETH ROBERTSON / Staff Photographer
NEW JERSEY

Exhibit to include

Cherry Hill sculpture

CHERRY HILL The Sunday Morning sculpture outside the township's public library is scheduled for a move next week to an exhibition of the creator's works in Hamilton.

The retrospective exhibition on 42 acres of Grounds for Sculpture will feature the work of the internationally renowned American artist Seward Johnson, 84, often hailed as America's most popular sculptor. He is known for his lifelike bronze and monumental figures throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia.

Sunday Morning is scheduled to be moved Tuesday for what authorities say is the largest exhibit in the park's history, with more than 150 pieces on display from May 4 through Sept. 21.

The Sculpture Foundation Inc. contacted the Cherry Hill Public Library about Sunday Morning, created in 1985. It will be cleaned and refurbished at no cost to the library and returned after the exhibit.

For more information about "Seward Johnson: The Retrospective," visit www.groundsforsculpture.org.

- Barbara Boyer

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