Sculpture graces Ossining waterfront park

A new piece of art is on display at Harbor Square complex in Ossining.



A 42-foot tall sculpture will serve as the centerpiece of the waterfront park being built. Sculptor Peter Lundberg named the monument 'Take Me to the River,' and has framed it with trenches and concrete. "For me it is a homage to the Hudson River and as I was building it, I built it right on location here right next to the Hudson and seeing boats go back and forth; I used to live near the Hudson River too so it has a lot of meaning for me," says Lundberg.



Lundberg says the sculpture looks different depending on the time of day and weather.



A second installation will be placed at the park in September.


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