The bronze sculptures you pass every day might not be “real”

By Josie Klemaier

In many towns and small cities through the country, a certain flavor of sturdy, weather-resistant bronze sculpture has become ubiquitous: children frozen midplay in parks; larger-than-life mammals standing sentinel within roundabouts; and whimsical characters along walking paths.

They are often counted as whole or part of a public art collection, as is the case in Golden…  Read more…