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In this episode of the Unmistakable creative, Nancy Schon talks about her career as a sculptor that has spanned multiple decades. Her sculptures have included iconic public works projects such as Make Way for Ducklings in Boston Public Garden, The Tortoise and the Hare in Copley Square, and many others.
Nancy Schon is a sculptor who represents themes centered around groups of people- how they interact and relate, and the interplay of feelings as “frozen emotions” which tell a story and evoke a response from the viewer through the gestures of the figures.