Photographer's Note

This is how this sculpture by Manfred is described in the Brampton walking tour guide:
This sculpture of three girls dancing hand-in-hand was presented to the City of Brampton in memoriam of the late Ward 10 Councillor, Teresa Marie (Terry) Piane, who served her community until 1988. The statue was installed in Ken Whillans Square in the summer of 1991.
Council of the day decided to ‘animate’ the sculpture for public display. The sculpture was mounted to a custom motorized turntable and rotates during the warmer seasons. About the Artist: The sculptor known as Manfred sculpts all his work using the lost wax process that leaves rich subtle tones so no two bronzes are exactly alike. His style is characterized by his dedication to detail.

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