In January, several outdoor sculptures were removed from their long-time installation sites. These works are part of the City of Littleton’s Fine Arts Board
The other sculptures, Under a Watchful Eye, and Hanging Around, both by Stephen LeBlanc, will be removed from their location along the Mary Carter Greenway Trail, near the entrance to The Hudson Gardens & Event Center. These two bronze works are being moved as Hudson Gardens is preparing to start construction to expand and redesign the entrance. During this construction period, the sculptures will have new patina applied by the artist. Hanging Around was purchased by the Littleton Fine Arts Board, and installed in 1996. Under a Watchful Eye was installed in 2004. The bronze was purchased using funds from the Littleton Fine Arts Board, and a donation from Mary Bradford, in memory of her daughter, Wendy Carpenter Bowe.
All three works will be handled by Art Management & Planning Associates, Inc. The staff has extensive experience in
de-installing, moving, conservation, and re-installation of large artworks, and is frequently contracted by other public arts
agencies throughout the metro area.