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Sculptures taking shape as Symposium artists prepare their work for unveiling at Saturday’s closing ceremonies

By Dean Shalhoup - Senior Staff Writer | Jun 10, 2021
Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP Sculptor Sam Finkelstein, left, one of the three guest sculptors at this year's Nashua International Sculpture Symposium, and Kaitlyn Peters, a NISS intern from the N.H. Institute of Art in Manchester, use power tools to form giant hands out of Danby, Vermont marble while working this week at the Picker Artists studios. The closing ceremonies are set for Saturday. (Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP)
Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP Gavin Kenyon, one of the three guest sculptors participating in this year's Nashua International Sculpture Symposium, hoses off some of the components of the sculpture he is creating while working outside the Picker Artists studios this week. The closing ceremonies are scheduled for Saturday. (Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP)
Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP Boston-based sculptor Nora Valdez, a native of Argentina and one of the three guest sculptors at this year's Nashua International Sculpture Symposium, does some detail work on a portion of her project this week. The symposium's closing ceremonies are set for Saturday. (Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP)
Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP Sam Finkelstein, sculptor from Rockland, Maine who is one of the three guest sculptors at this year's Nashua International Sculpture Symposium, works on three of the "fingers" of one of the two large "hands" he is creating out of Vermont marble. The symposium's closing ceremonies are scheduled for Saturday. (Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP)

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