Francine In Retirement
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The 45-by-35 foot Rankin Deer Head sculpture has been at Carrie Furnace for more than a decade and has become integrated into the landscape.

Six to eight main artist worked on the sculpture every Sunday throughout the course of a year from October 2007 to October 2008, with other helpers coming in for a day or two.

The sculpture was made from recycled materials found on the site such as steel tubing, steel structural metals, cooper wire and rubber hoses.

Read more about the Carrie Deer Head, here.

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6 Responses to “THE CARRIE DEER”

  1. Always fun to see art that is encouraged by recycling 🙂

  2. Interesting sculpture Francine.

  3. That is a fabulous sculpture and integrates with the environment beautifully. Love it!

  4. Impressive! Using recycle materials is a good thing!

  5. Great re-use of the materials they had to hand!

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