10.05.2011

Light duty


Student Daniel Didok gives the sculpture of Light its regular coating of wax for protection. During the casting and finishing process of bronze sculptures, reactive chemicals applied to the metal create a color and patina. Routinely coating with a hard paste wax helps to preserve the patina.

Light stands on the entrance plaza of the library. It was created by Delaware sculptor Charles Parks and donated by Mr. and Mrs. William L. Kinney in 1990.

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