Sculptures Unveiled in Mamaroneck



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Unveiling the Ernest Shaw sculpture “Jacob’s Ladder” are (from r.) Michael and Dr. Maj-Britt Rosenbaum, donors of the sculpture; Mamaroneck Village Recreation Superintendent Sandy Korkatzis; Mamaroneck Town Councilwoman Jaine Elkind Eney; Mamaroneck Village Mayor Norman Rosenblum; and Solange De Santis, chair of the Village of Mamroneck Arts council.


Have you seen the new sculptures unveiled in Mamaroneck last week?

Two sculptures created by renowned artist Ernest Shaw were unveiled near the Mamaroneck Public Library and Emelin Theatre, offering the community its first public sculptures and kicking off a new arts initiative to bring more creative works to outdoor spaces for all to enjoy.

The two works were donated by Village of Mamaroneck Arts Council member Michael Rosenbaum, and stand on a grassy space at Prospect Avenue and Library Lane, providing a pleasant location for residents to linger and enjoy the sculpture garden.

“The diversity of the ‘Friendly Village’ embodies all aspects of the American Dream,” said Mamaroneck Mayor Norman Rosenblum. “We are fortunate to have volunteers who contribute to our amazing quality of life and today we celebrate the addition to our cultural heritage with this most appreciated sculptural donation. We look to this as the first step for the future expansion or sculpture displays throughout the village.”





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