When the DPW finishes, Linda Kabat said, the artists will have a better idea of where their sculptures might be displayed.
"We are just waiting at this point," she said. "It’s hard for the sculptors to get an idea of where their work will go. They are waiting to get a better visualization of the park."
Depending on the available space, the Kabats would like to set up between 10 and 15 sculptures. The park will include as many permanent installations as the center can afford, while the rest of the sculpture will be rotated in and out.Read the full article in the Milford Daily News here