Though it might look like the real thing, the workshop inside Mary Brogan is actually a well put together art exhibit. It features an inside look at John Henry's sculpting studio. The Brogan museum says Henry is an internationally acclaimed artist known for his monumental works of metal which are a part of private and public collections around the world.
Trish Hanson, the Chief Operating Officer at the Museum said, "He's working with the museum so that he can create the studio. Visitors will be able to come take a look and really kind of feel like they're inside the studio."
The exhibit officially opens on Thursday. The museum says it coincides with a new sculpture to be unveiled in the Doug Burnette Park called "Quark." The Doug Burnette is located near the Civic Center off of Gaines Street and is currently being renovated.
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