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Robert Winslow

Freedom

Notice: Due to renovations at Scottsdale Civic Center, Freedom will be temporarily stored in a secure location and eventually relocated at the Civic Center in the new children’s garden, just north of the Civic Center Library, after renovations are complete. Learn more.

Freedom is an abstract sculpture made of Alabama limestone and created using only a hammer and chisel. The piece was donated by the artist’s friends, the Dunlap family, in fondness for their three children, Robin, Lily, and Holly.

Robert Winslow was born in Los Angeles in 1950 and studied at the University of California Irvine and University of Arizona. He has works in numerous collections, including the McDonalds Corp., Helene Curtis Corp., The Chicago Board Options Exchange, GATX, Siemens and Loyola University in Chicago, and the Los Angeles Museum of Modern Art.

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