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By Roger Dey
Blackfoot Valley Dispatch 

Sculpture season returns to Lincoln as Artists-in-Residence set to work on year five of BPSW installations


September 19, 2018

Roger Dey

Friday morning's Fog creates a muted backdrop for Kevin O'Dwyer's "Line Drawing," the first piece installed at Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild in 2014. Now in its fifth year, BPSW has seen increasing visitation every year. In 2018 more than 17,000 visitorshad stopped in by the end of August, before the annual September influx.

Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild entered its busiest time of the year last week as this year's two artist-in-residence went to work on the newest installations for the park.

Unlike some past artists, neither Cornelia Konrads nor Kate Hunt have released conceptual renditions of the work, which may make this year's launch Sept. 29 feel a bit more revelatory.

Konrads in particular prefer...

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