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Dargon Park Sculptures


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"Seasons of Life" rusty in appearance, standing 25-ft. tall, the three sculptures symbolize the human "changes" or "seasons" of growth during our lives. Barry Tinsley, sculptor and artist, completed the design, construction, and erection of the figures.


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Dargon Park Sculptures

"Seasons of Life" rusty in appearance, standing 25-ft. tall, the three sculptures symbolize the human "changes" or "seasons"

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