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There, Now You Can Grow, (sculpture)

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Sculptor:
Johnson, J. Seward Jr. 1930-
Founder:
Johnson Atelier
Medium:
Bronze, partially painted
Type:
Sculptures-Outdoor Sculpture
Sculptures
Owner/Location:
Administered by University of Arkansas Walton Arts Center 495 Dickson Street Fayetteville Arkansas 72702
Located University of Arkansas Walton Arts Center garden area Fayetteville Arkansas 72701
Date:
1993. Cast Nov. 1993. Dedicated March 1995
Notes:
Save Outdoor Sculpture, Arkansas survey, 1997.
Summary:
The sculpture depicts a young girl watering her garden. She holds a white watering can in her proper right hand and a bunch of daisies in her proper left hand. She wears striped bib overalls over a white shirt with rolled up sleeves. A broad-brimmed gardening hat tied around her neck hangs over her back. The girl's clothing is painted, and her skin is unpainted. The sculpture is placed directly on the ground within a landscaped garden.
Topic:
Figure female--Child--Full length
Occupation--Domestic--Gardening
Dress--Accessory--Hat
Object--Tool--Watering Can
Object--Flower--Daisy
Control number:
IAS AR000310
Data Source:
Art Inventories Catalog, Smithsonian American Art Museums
EDAN-URL:
edanmdm:siris_ari_336934
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