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"Cube" by Tony Rosenthal contrasted modern sculpture with the the neo-Gothic stone buildings of Connecticut College in New London.
"The Dangers and Pleasures of Co-Education" by William McCloy figured prominently in Castle Court at Connecticut College.
"Cloud/Temple" by David Smalley stood near the Connecticut College admissions office.
David Smalley's "Sundance II" (foreground) played off the shapes of an unnamed Louise Nevelson sculpture on the west side of Cummings Arts Center at Connecticut College.
"Synergy" by Frances Pratt sat on the Connecticut College plaza.
"Irregular Tower (Horizontal Bricks) #2" by Sol LeWitt sat on the campus of Connecticut College.
"Mythic Mystery" by Penny Kaplan was one of the few pieces along the Sculpture Path by the Sea at the University of Connecticut that belonged to the school's permanent collection.
"Primum Mobile" by Alvin Sher seemed to be taking aim on the Avery Point lighthouse on UConn’s Avery Point campus.
"Pig Iron" by Timothy Kuslow looked out on Long Island Sound from the UConn campus.
"Hektor in Conversation" by Gilbert Boro stood in front of Branford House on UConn’s Sculpture Path by the Sea.
"Through the Black Hole" by Nick Santoro piqued the curiosity of strollers on the Sculpture Path by the Sea.
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