Town's New Public Sculpture

The Town's new public sculpture, created by Gareth Curtiss of Montana, can now be enjoyed by Johnstown residents. The bronze, life-sized sculpture of three children enjoying a parade with the American flag waving behind them was installed by Town crews on Wednesday, August 17, 2016, at the northwest corner of Charlotte and Parish Ave. in Johnstown.
Curtiss brings more than 30 years of experience in sculpting pieces of art. He is also the creator of the sculpture that stands in front of Town Hall depicting town founder Harvey J. Parish holding his son, John, for whom the town is named after. 

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Pictured Above Left: Mayor Scott James poses with Councilmember Gary Lebsack and sculptor Gareth Curtiss alongside the sculpture following completion of installation at the northwest corner of Charlotte and Parish Ave. Pictured Above Right: Mayor Scott James and Councilmember Jesse Molinar, Jr. pose with the sculpture.
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Pictured Above: Town crews and sculptor Gareth Curtiss work together to install the new sculpture.
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Pictured Above: During the regularly scheduled Town Council meeting on October 19, 2015, sculptor Gareth Curtiss, pictured in the center, presented the maquette, or clay/scale model, of the new sculpture for viewing by former Mayor Mark Romanowski and Town Councilmembers.

Pictured Right: A close-up of the clay model of the sculpture.
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