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Salvaged steel from Sept. 11 is made into sculpture

Sculptor Beverley Mastrianni is one of six artists that will open her studio for visitors during this weekend’s SaratogaArtFest.
Sculptor Beverley Mastrianni is one of six artists that will open her studio for visitors during this weekend’s SaratogaArtFest.
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A multimedia exhibit about the “Tempered by Memory” sculpture that’s being created from twisted steel salvaged from the World Trade Center, is one of the main visual art events at the fifth annual SaratogaArtsFest in Saratoga Springs. “Tempered by Memory: For the Community, From the Community,” which opens today at Spring Street Gallery, uses sculpture, film and photography to tell visitors about the community project and the public sculpture by John Van Alstine and Noah ...


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