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Through the support of the Ontario Tourism Relief Fund, The Dan Lawrie International Sculpture Collection and a number of sponsors, the Burlington Waterfront Sculpture Trail is bringing the works of 15 artists to a 1km trail linking the Art Gallery of Burlington, Spencer Smith Park and the Burlington Downtown BIA. The outdoor exhibition will run from September 10th to October 23d and is open to the public to engage in for free day and night. The works represent a range of sculptural practices, from figurative to abstract, contemporary to classical, and are made from steel, plastic, ceramics, fibreglass and bronze. The project has been supported by the City of Burlington Community Initiated Public Art Program. Featured artists include: C. Wells (Hamilton), Dale Dunning (Almonte), Dmitry Gretsky and Euginia Kats (Innisfil), kipjones (Hamilton), Mark Pflieger (Caledonia), Mary Philpott (Uxbridge), Morris Wazney (Lambton Shores), Nicholas Crombach (Lansdowne), Nicole Clouston (Burlington), Robyn Lightwalker (Hamilton/Burlington), Ron Eady (Hamilton), Ted Fullerton (Tottenham), Teresa Seaton (Burlington), Tom Wilson (Hamilton), Tonya Hart (Toronto).