Walter the Sculpture

October 21, 2011


WalterThe large scrap-iron sculpture next to the front entrance of the Library was created by internationally known Weston artist Carole Eisner, who has loaned the creation to the Library. Dubbed “Walter” Walter 2after a man who helped Eisner gather raw materials, the creation was on display in front of the Lincoln Center in New York as part of an exhibit of Eisner’s sculptures on Broadway.

Walter was installed by a local arborist and his son using a fork-lift, similar to the wayWalter 2 it was stationed in the middle of Broadway along with eight other creations that were part of Carole Eisner on Broadway, organized by the contemporary art gallery Susan Eley Fine Art and the Broadway Mall Association.