The Cherokee Street Statue Is Gone, And Its Sculptor Is Fine With That

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Artist Bill Christman never considered his Cherokee Street statue, installed in 1985, among his best work. He explains why — and shares its design process and why he’s not upset about the sculpture’s removal.

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