May 04, 2013
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Artist Donald Lipski checked out his work before it is hung in the pediment above the entrance to Cathedral Church of St. Paul in Boston on April 27.
The sculpture by Donald Lipski titled “Ship of Pearl” sat on the street before the move to the pediment.
A crane hoisted the sculpture to the pediment of the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, on April 27.
The Very Rev. Jep Streit viewed the installation of the artwork at Cathedral Church of St. Paul in Boston, April 27.
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The Cathedral Church of St. Paul's new nautilus-shaped light sculpture was lit up and tested out on April 28.
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St. Paul’s was designated a cathedral and became the seat of the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts. Today, it also serves large groups of Muslims.
The pediment's new look at The Cathedral Church of St. Paul on May 3.
The new pediment sculpture on The Cathedral Church of St. Paul was viewed by many in the city on May 3.
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